This module is an introduction to the whole Trainer curriculum on intergenerational learning and mentoring. Touching on the definitions used in the project and what distinguishes different generations and their needs, the learners will learn how to navigate a multigenerational workplace in their efforts to eliminate ageism and promote inclusion of diversity.
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