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Get a qualification in Youth Work - Apprenticeship in Youth Work

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Youth work apprenticeship and NVQs. These qualifications have been developed to enable candidates to acquire the skills and knowledge needed to become a youth support worker or a youth and community …

Youth work apprenticeship and NVQs. These qualifications have been developed to enable candidates to acquire the skills and knowledge needed to become a youth support worker or a youth and community worker.
It is aimed at those working in: youth work environment - public, voluntary or the private sector,
Youth Work qualification covers: Six units are studied:
- Establishing relationships with young people
- Working as an effective and reflective practitioner
- Working in ways that promote equality of opportunity, participation and responsibility
- Working with young people to safeguard their welfare
- Enabling young people to access and use information and make decisions
- Work with young people to design and develop sessions

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    • 1. How to: Gain a QCF or Apprenticeship in Youth Work
    • 2. Qualifications If you are successful on a QCF course or Apprenticeship you can look to achieve the following qualifications: Level 2 Certificate in Youth Work Practice. Level 3 Diploma in Youth Work Practice. Intermediate Apprenticeship in Youth Work. Advanced Apprenticeship in Youth Work.
    • 3. Apprenticeships Intermediate Apprenticeship in Youth Work :  Level 2 Certificate in Youth Work Practice.  Level 2 Award in Employment Responsibilities & Rights in Health.  Level 1 Functional Skills English & Maths. Advanced Apprenticeship in Youth Work :  Level 3 Diploma in Youth Work Practice.  Level 2 Award in Employment Responsibilities & Rights in Health.  Level 3 Functional Skills English & Maths.
    • 4. Why are the Qualifications Important? Level 2 Certificate in Youth Work Practice: Will help you become an: Assistant Youth Support Worker Level 3 Diploma in Youth Work Practice: Will help you become a: Youth Support Worker
    • 5. Youth Work “The Youth Work Qualifications are about helping young people fulfil their potential through personal and social development.” It is about providing young people with challenges and new experiences, but at the same time allowing them to be creative, active and have fun which is all part of an informal education that helps young people to develop their own voice and identity.
    • 6. Youth Work/ Informal Education In Youth Work/Informal Education, no two days of work will be the same. Every young person has a unique situation, so you could be doing all sorts of things. For example, offering counselling and support, developing projects that tackle issues, or organising activities like sports and drama. You’ll need to come up with creative ways to reach young people, and be able to build relationships with them.
    • 7. Management There’s an administrative side to Youth Work as well. You might be involved in: Helping manage volunteers or part-time staff, Helping apply for grants, keep records of your work, Networking with other professionals including social workers, teachers & probation officers.
    • 8. For More Information Please contact: Peter Langley Head of Programmes- Education on peter@pathwaygroup.co.uk Or Call on: 0121 707 0550

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