International Certificate in Intergenerational Practice - Edition 5

2:00pm Tuesday 30th January - 11:00pm Monday 25th March 2024
Online

“I feel very grateful, the course met all my expectations. It was very enriching, it allowed me to learn, reflect and mainly inspire me to continue in the field of intergenerational work”. (Student, ICIP Edition 4, 2023).

This course is aimed at anyone who wants to gain a deeper understanding of intergenerational work, its purpose, impact and practical application to enable them to apply this within their own work.

Course details

The course will consist of three on-line modules taking approximately 75 hours to complete over 8 weeks. The next course starts on Tuesday 30th January and finishes on Monday 25th March 2024. Each student will receive support from an online tutor.

Cost:

  • Scottish Member: £115 (50% discount for Scottish members – limited spaces)
  • Scottish Non-Member: £275
  • International Member: £230
  • International Non-Member: £275

The course is 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.

Learning outcomes

On completion of this online training course students will:

  • Understand what we mean by intergenerational practice and projects and what they can achieve.
  • Understand the ways in which intergenerational practice and projects are of relevance in different contexts and situations and why they are so important in today’s changing society.
  • Understand how intergenerational practice and projects can contribute to more inclusive communities and workplaces.
  • Understand and recognise the importance of monitoring and evaluating intergenerational projects.
  • Understand some of the opportunities and issues, which can arise in monitoring and evaluating an intergenerational project.

Accreditation

The course is accredited by the CPD Standards Office who will provide 75 hours of CPD if successfully completed.

Our expert panel of tutors include:
Professor Mariano Sanchez (University of Granada)
Alison Clyde (CEO Generations Working Together – GWT)
Lorraine George (Learning & Development Officer GWT)
Bella Kerr (Intergenerational Development Officer GWT)
Judith Ish-Horowicz (Apples and Honey Nightingale)
Lois Peach (University of Bristol)
Betty Good (LINKages Society Canada)
Maria Diaz (Health & Social Care)

Hear what our previous students had to say:

‘Very helpful, insightful and lots of useful reading and resources. Great support from tutors and good to engage with other students’.

‘I were to repeat the course, I would not worry so much about my answers as you were given the freedom to just answer. This, I like as it took into consideration the creative side of people and allowed for misunderstandings. The feedback was always constructive and anything you missed in any activities/assignments were simply explained in a lovely manner’.

‘I have been really impressed by the resources pulled together to support learning on this course, both written and video. I have thoroughly enjoyed the course and have come to the end feeling more confident in my understanding of and ability to apply intergenerational principles and practice and to engage with others to design, develop and deliver concrete, ongoing intergenerational happenings’.

‘I found the optional zoom live sessions really useful in helping to get to know the other participants and tutors, and as a result, I felt more confident in posting comments to the forum/course cafe’.

‘The course cafe is great to hear from others and especially great to hear about other projects happening around the world. I found it very useful attending the other GWT virtual conversations and sessions held outside of the course’.

Application process

  • Book your place below completing all sections fully.
  • Bookings can be paid online or invoices requested.

Payments must be made in full by the invoice date or by 23rd January 2024. As places are limited the remaining unpaid spaces after the 23rd January will be allocated on a first hand basis to those who can pay immediately. For further information regarding payment or bookings, please contact the office by email or calling 0141 559 5024. For more in-depth course content details please contact Alison Clyde.

Please note: by submitting information, you are permitting Generations Working Together to retain your data for a period of two years. This will be stored in physical files, on our server and on our database for reporting to GWT Board, and for recording statistics

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