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  • Huom! Mikäli haluat tulostaa powerpoint-esityksesi A4-kokoon, muuta sivunasetukset kohdasta: Tiedosto  Sivun asetukset  Dian esitystapa.
  • Huom! Mikäli haluat tulostaa powerpoint-esityksesi A4-kokoon, muuta sivunasetukset kohdasta: Tiedosto  Sivun asetukset  Dian esitystapa.
  • Huom! Mikäli haluat tulostaa powerpoint-esityksesi A4-kokoon, muuta sivunasetukset kohdasta: Tiedosto  Sivun asetukset  Dian esitystapa.
  • Huom! Mikäli haluat tulostaa powerpoint-esityksesi A4-kokoon, muuta sivunasetukset kohdasta: Tiedosto  Sivun asetukset  Dian esitystapa.
  • Huom! Mikäli haluat tulostaa powerpoint-esityksesi A4-kokoon, muuta sivunasetukset kohdasta: Tiedosto  Sivun asetukset  Dian esitystapa.
  • Huom! Mikäli haluat tulostaa powerpoint-esityksesi A4-kokoon, muuta sivunasetukset kohdasta: Tiedosto  Sivun asetukset  Dian esitystapa.
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    • 1. National Development Centre for Online Youth Work Jukka Orava, Project Director 15.9.2011 Visitors from Bonn
    • 2. In August of 2010, the Ministry of Education and Culture appointed 13 national development and service centres. One of the appointed is the National Development Centre for Online Youth Work (Verke), coordinated by the City of Helsinki Youth Department.
    • 3. Main objectives of Verke Verke creates , produces and develops youth-oriented work and activities through the use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) and the Internet. In addition, the centre acts as an expert and support service and focuses on increasing information and knowhow related to its area of expertise. The target groups of these operations are young people as well as professionals in youth-oriented fields and students.
    • 4. Activities Are developed through national and multidisciplinary cooperative work between the public, private and third sectors.  Collaborative learning and skills development  Open collaborative models, open access The personnel of the centre comprises employees from the City of Helsinki Youth Department, the Social Services Department, the Health Centre and the Education Department.
    • 5.
      • Fields of Development
      • Youth Work Online
      • Multi-Proffessional Youth Work Online
      • Multi-Disciplinary Online Service Models
      • Exploratory Youth Work Online
      • Online Youth Information Services
        • Question and answering services
        • Youth participation in information services
      • Influence-making models and channels for Youth
      • Game House development
      • Gaming and Game culture in Youth Services
    • 6. Fields of Dvelopment and Collaboration
      • Research and Development
      • Collaboration with Education sector; research, teaching and students
      • Opportunities for field experiments
      • Materials for research (work documents, statistics, etc.)
      • Networks and Networking
      • Teams, groups and transparent work methods and work processes
      • Professional networks and networks of networks
      • Dissemination of good practise
      • Education and training
      • Materials available for training purposes and for skills development
      • Opportunities for field practise, visits and
      • Opportunities for Internships, work experience and apprenticeships
      • Ansiokurssit
      • Help and Support Services
      • Professional Services / Consulting
      • Co-operation and partnership  developing partnership
      • Publications
      • Reports
      • Guides
      • surveys
    • 7.
      • The Development currently runs through projects and functios such as
      • The Etsivä nuorisotyö verkossa (Exploratory Youth Work Online) Project
      • The Compass Youth Information Centre
      • The Online Social Services for Children and Youth (Vespa) Project
      • Netari (Youth centre online)
      • Ruuti (Influence-making model for the young)
      • The No Racism (NoRa) Project
      • Game House)
      • The Encounters of the second kind
      • The Nurses Online Project
    • 8. Mission statement and target audience
      • Mission is to Develop a Nation vide multi-disciplinary network to function as the key developer of the work and services that are directed to Youth
      • The target groups are the youth and professionals that work with and for them
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    • 9. Mission statement and target audience Verke is an independent development partner across the fields of Youth work professionals (multidiciplinary and multiprofessional) Verke does not seek to maintain services, it rather focuses on Nation wide activities to support the development of a multi-disciplinary collaboration and shared intellectual resources Youth participation in the development process is essential Verke makes it possible for all stakeholders (public, private and associations) in the Youth Work sector to participate in the co-operation to create and develop Services targeted for the Youth.
    • 10. Focus on developing and the improvement of the conditions for the development
      • Work forms and methods
      • Working environments and places, utilisation of Social web
      • Collaboration – Co-operation – Community development
      Municipalities Organizations Companies Professions in Youth work and their objectives Goverment Parents Young people
    • 11.
      • Any Questions?
      • Thank you!
      • Jukka Orava
      • +358 40 551 6475, +358 9 310 78018
      • [email_address]
      • [email_address]

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