I would invite you to visit our blog: http://lecp-training.ning.com/ which list a wide range of training opportunities for people working with young people (including some free training), it also has sections on job opportunities and…"
hi can you help with any of the follwing questions?What factors affect your health and social well-being life experiences and sexual orientation?What are the relationship of strengths and limitations to different contexts and work with different people?Ways of monitoring and reviewing both tasks and process within youth work practice ?How to identify development opportunities appropriate to your role, interests and learning style?Why is it important for you and young people to value difference…See More
"hi martin, I notice you arre doing a degree in youth work. I am doing my nvq 2 in youth work and i also have alot of questions i dont know how to answer. I wonder if you could help me. I am on facebook and find it much easier there. email is…"
Brief bio: tell us a few facts about you & your interest in digital aspects of work with young people
I am training to be a youth worker.i have finished my level 1 in intorduction to youth and community work and i am now doing my NVQ 2 in Youth Work. I am volunteering for a organisation called Aquilaway. I volunteer with young girls aged 15 to 18 years old. Would appreciate anyones help or advice. Thankyou
Why do you think it is a good idea to work with young people’s current activities as a start for developing learning opportunities?
What is your role when you are facilitating a session?
A young person approaches you for help on a particular issue outside of your remit what would you do
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I see you're studying youth work at college.
What proportion of your studies focus on the use of digital, online tools in youth work?
The research I'm doing involves staff engaging with young people online - and ioften I'm finding, staff don;t have the necessary skills. It's good that there are young people like you coming up who understand the potential of the new digital mediums.
I would invite you to visit our blog: http://lecp-training.ning.com/ which list a wide range of training opportunities for people working with young people (including some free training), it also has sections on job opportunities and funding.
For those who sign up there is the chance to access some last minute special offers of free places on our courses if we have any last minute cancellations.
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