Course Content
Module i.1: Making yourself comfortable
This module will provide an overview of how prepare yourself and your devices to experience online transactions experiences.
Module i.2: Online transactions. Pros and Cons.
This module will provide details on the use of online transactions in both the e-shoping and banking / money transfer experience proving the elderly the ability to initiate online transactions
Module i.3: Stay Safe, its easy
This module will ensure safety for the online transactions of the elderly providing an overview of scam types and guidance on how to react when suspecting scam
Module i.4: Creating a common playground
This module will provide the opportunity to family members and friends of the elderly to learn online transactions through doing. They will be able to increase their communication flows increasing the excange of ideas and establishing a common ground for secure transactions that will decrease their expenses
Module i.5.1: Thematic Info Day for Safety and Security
This infoday will increase awareness in possible online scam cases increasing the ability of the audience to react
Module i.5.2: Thematic Info Day for Age-friendly on-line markets
This infoday will increase awareness on the use of online shopping and marketplaces
Private: Digital Literacy Training Programme for the Elderly, enabling them to transact online
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Aims:  introductory, specialised and horizontal issues of ICT (computer/ tablet/ smartphone) and internet use will be addressed aimed at building capacity and self-efficacy in internet use.


To be used for:

face to face training for adults 55+

3-5 days of training in small groups of five people


In this lesson learners will learn the content of the following modules, its target group, and the aims of the online course.