Be clear about what intergenerational practice actually is, and how it can be defined.
Understand how planned intergenerational practice can be relevant to meeting policy aims in different areas of social policy, community development and work with children, families and older people
Understand the relationship between intergenerational practice activities, policy and outcomes
Bringing Groups Together
Understand how to bring generations together effectively, meeting challenges and overcoming barriers
Understand the importance of bringing different generations together during a staged process
Be able to address stereotyping through a range of activities
Have experience of approaches which aim to make intergenerational practice activity accessible and inclusive
Understand the importance of monitoring and evaluating intergenerational practice activities and projects in a planned way
Understand ways of assessing the potential impact which intergenerational practice may have on participants and within communities
Be aware of and understand a range of approaches to monitoring and evaluation
Understand the issues around participation and involvement in monitoring and evaluation processes
Be aware of a range of methods of presenting information and evidence collected during monitoring and evaluation.