The project started with the research on the literature  and creating a  new and innovative  training model  based on the PPT/IENE Model, aiming to  improve the effectiveness training of different categories of elderly caregivers.

The Model was the theoretical foundation, which supported the  creation of an   adequate curriculum and suitable training  objectives and outputs, adapted   to the target groups  of  migrants working in elders care at  home.

The Curriculum  modules and topics  based on  the competences established in the  four areas of the Training Model,  guided the learning objective,  outputs and learning activities   of the online training course and the creation/mapping  of the associated  training/learning/evaluation materials recommended.

The partners mapped on Internet    the training/learning/evaluation materials associated  for the  topics of the course.

They created learning tools and resources which were  uploaded on the website  and  used in  setting up of learning activities  on  the Massive Open Online Course  (MOOC), an  innovative pedagogical approaches is that of co-learning through co-creation,  based on digital integration in learning.

Before piloting the MOOC ,  20    facilitators were trained  in the European  joint training  workshops  on how to use the MOOC and how to conduct learning  and support learning for participants.

The MOOC was  piloted with   276  participants recruited by the partners from the target groups and  enrolled  via web.

After completing all modules, the participants  completed the assessment quizzes  and the course evaluation questionnaire , were  graded and   received certificates and badges  for course.

The  validated   course methodology and content are  available for long time on the project platform together with the training Model and Curriculum and may be used to set up new trainings or even new MOOCs.

To  promote the  project products, four  national seminars, were  organized in the  partners’ countries  attended by  stakeholders  where potential users  had opportunity to   learn about the MOOC  and how  to use the created   resources to create  new  trainings.