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Tobacco-Free Generation is a partnership project supported by ASH Scotland, Youth Scotland, YouthLink Scotland, Fast Forward and Young Scot.

To find out more about each of these organisations, simply click on the links below:

ASH Scotland ASH Scotland's Engagement Team works with a wide range of organisations engaging young people, from community youth groups and family support services through to schools and fostering agencies. We help these groups and organisations to support the young people that they work with to make positive and healthy choices on tobacco.

Youth Scotland Youth Scotland is the largest non-uniformed youth organisation in Scotland and deliver quality youth work programmes, information, resources, training, support and accreditation to community-based youth work.

YouthLink ScotlandYouthLink Scotland is the national agency for youth work, representing the interests and aspirations of the whole of the sector both voluntary and statutory. YouthLink Scotland champions the role and value of the youth work sector, challenging government at national and local levels to invest in the development of the sector.

Fast Forward Fast Forward is a national voluntary organisation that exists to give young people the skills, education and support to live healthier lives. By developing projects, workshops and publications they help young people understand the facts about drugs, alcohol and tobacco.

Young Scot  Young Scot is Scotland's youth information and citizenship charity. They provide young people with a mixture of information, ideas and incentives to help them become confident, informed and active citizens. Young Scot do this by making sure that young people can access information in a way that they are comfortable with.

CLD Standards Council for Scotland The CLD Standards Council for Scotland is the body responsible for the registration of CLD practitioners, the approval of training courses, and the continuing professional development of the sector workforce.

CLD Standards Council for Scotland has developed i-develop to support creative and innovative learning and development for CLD practitioners. I-develop integrates the theories and practices that help shape effective CPD for the CLD sector, such as peer sharing, communities of practice, learning journeys and reflection-in-action in order to shape a learning community of practitioners across CLD.

Tobacco-Free Generation now has a thematic page on CLD Standards Council for Scotland i-develop CPD website.



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