We are delighted to share that our CPD accredited Intergenerational training is ready! With thanks to our funders, we are also able to offer groups who undertake the training an opportunity to apply for a Small Grant of £250* to run an intergenerational project!

What’s Included?

Delivered over 3 modules the training supports you from generating an intergenerational idea. Talks through all the stages of developing and delivering a project and shares how to evaluate its success. The course ends by looking at how you can make an intergenerational approach sustainable in for your organisation.

Who is it for?

The course is designed for any community worker or practitioner wishing to develop intergenerational approaches into their practice. This includes but is not exclusive to the following sectors/fields;

  • Community and Voluntary
  • Health & Social Care
  • Community Development
  • Education
  • Community Safety
  • Sheltered Housing
  • Arts, Culture and Heritage

Accreditation

Our course accreditation is now approved with CPD, number of credits to be confirmed in due course.

How much does it cost?

£25 for CPD accreditation and  £10 non accredited.

When’s the next training date?

Our next session will take place on 28th April 2021 via Zoom.

As our training is currently being delivered online numbers are limited, but we will create reserve list for upcoming training dates at the end of March/ April.

How do I sign up?

If you’re interested in registering, please fill in your details using the following form: Intergenerational Training Registration of Interest

We want to support the development and delivery of intergenerational projects and are delighted to be able to offer some financial support. If you have any questions or want to find out more get in touch with Sarah by emailing: sarah.mccully@bjf.org.uk

*Limited funding pot available, assessed applications process and funding conditions apply.

Feedback from previous training attendees:

‘’The facilitators made it so easy to engage and participate, and the workshop was very student centred throughout; nurturing good reciprocal dialogues, and adopting a very practical focus. The facilitators were clearly experienced, made it all sound so straightforward and easy; the time simply flew by- always a good sign I guess!’’

‘’Team were professional, friendly and knowledgeable in their work. Really appreciate the opportunity to attend this training.’’

Intergenerational cup. – Mrs C – Early Years Specialist NI (wordpress.com)