In 2008 TAEN obtained funding to run a national Technical Assistance project on Age Management in support of the ESF programme’s objectives related to people aged 50+. In this role we sought to achieve the following aims:
The European Social Fund was established to improve employment opportunities within European Union member states and so help raise living standards. It aimed to help people fulfil their potential by giving them better jobs and prospects.
Under the 2007-2013 round, the national programme’s main activities fell under two main priorities:
Over its lifetime the programme aimed to engage with and support over 320,000 people aged 50+.
To learn more about the European Social Fund go to: