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Level 3 - Diploma in Youth Work Practice

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Youth Work Level 3 - Diploma in Youth Work Practice - Youth Support Worker Qualification

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Youth Work Level 2 - Certificate in Youth Work Practice will give you all the skills that you need to become an Assistant Youth Support Worker and have the tools to reach youth. These Youth Work Qualifications are about helping young people fulfil their potential through personal and social development.
This course helps you to learn how to provide young people with challenges and new experiences, but allowing them to be creative, active and have fun.
In Youth Work/Informal Education, no two days of work will be the same. Every young person has a unique situation, and so you could be doing all sorts: offering counseling 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.
There’s an administrative side to youth work as well. You might help manage volunteers or part-time staff, help apply for grants, keep records of your work, and network with other professionals including social workers, teachers and probation officers.

If you are interested in finding out more about this Apprenticeship or any of the other training we offer at Pathway Group please contact us today on: 0121 707 0550 or email: info@pathwaygroup.co.uk

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Youth Work Level 3 - Diploma in Youth Work Practice - Youth Support Worker Qualification

  1. 1. Youth Work Level 3 - Diploma in Youth Work Practice Have a heart for young people? Want to help young people be positively impacted? If so, the Level 3 Diploma in Youth Work Practice will help you! Why take the Level 3 Diploma in Youth Work Practice? 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 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. What you’ll be doing? 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: offering counselling and support, developing projects that tackle issues, or organising activities like sports and drama. There’s also an administrative side to youth work. You might help manage volunteers or part-time staff, help apply for grants, keep records of your work, and network with other professionals including social workers, teachers and probation officers. What skills do you need? You’ll need to be able to come up with creative ways to reach young people, and be able to build relationships with them. You will need to be good at working in a team and working with others. You’ll need to be lively, confident and interested in learning something new every-day. Where will this qualification take you? On successful completion of the course you will have gained a Diploma in Youth Work Practice (Level 3), and you will also gain a Level 2 Award in Employment Responsibilities and Rights in Health and Level 2 Functional Skills English and Maths . This Apprenticeship will mean you have the qualifications to become a Youth Support Worker. If you would like more information or to apply for this course please contact our Recruitment Team today on: 0121 707 0550 or peter@pathwaygroup.co.uk.

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