Generations Working Together

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Generations Working Together is the nationally recognised centre of excellence supporting the development and integration of intergenerational work across Scotland. We believe that intergenerational work has a unique and significant contribution to make to the recovery process and that our expertise in this arena places GWT in a strong position to support the development of policy and practice. GWT’s vision and ambitions as an organisation have not changed as a result of the pandemic. We have reviewed our strategic aims and the related actions and believe that they remain current and valid, albeit our operational priorities and some delivery mechanisms will need to adjust.

  • To enable Scotland to become an intergenerational nation.
  • To influence national and local policy in favour of intergenerational practice.
  • To promote, support and increase innovation in intergenerational practice in Scotland.
  • To increase participation in intergenerational practice.
  • To ensure sound governance.

Accredited Activities:

  • Intergenerational Training Course for Trainers and Practitioners
  • Generations Working Together National Conference 2017
  • Generations Working Together National Conference 2018
  • International Diploma in Intergenerational Learning
  • National Conference 2019
  • National Conference 2020
  • Generations Working Together National Conference 2021
  • Generations Working Together International Conference Building and Intergenerational Nation
  • International Certificate in Intergenerational Practice (ICIP)
  • Generations Working Together National Conference 2023

Who Should Attend:

The courses are open to all including community workers, care home activity coordinators, nursery/playgroup staff, primary/secondary teachers, classroom assistants, community learning & development, social care professionals, social workers, sociologists, psychologists, leisure & physical activity professionals, employment advisors, doctors, nurses and healthcare workers, librarians and third sector professionals of all backgrounds and levels.

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