The guidelines for Stakeholder Management and Communication aim to provide other organisations involved in activities and events for the elderly, such as adult education providers, senior associations and decision-makers with a wide variety of creative Walk’n’Talk courses all of which will encourage lifelong learning among the seniors.
At the same time, stakeholders will gain a better understanding about the needs and requirements
of senior citizens and show new ways of engaging them in acquiring healthy habits and new skills and knowledge.
The guidelines will provide information for stakeholders and appropriate tools to implement a Walk’n’Talk course in their own settings.
Thus, the guidelines help stakeholders to
– recruit appropriate trainers
– recruit learners
– identify potential stakeholders,
– approach potential stakeholders,
– profit from multipliers
– report about the progress of a project
The following tools will support stakeholders to set up their own Walk’n’Talk courses:
All the tools (forms) will help to provide and realise the courses in a smooth way.