2,290 young people in 2014/15 were certified with a UK Youth accreditation and over 50% of those young people were fully funded to complete their Platinum UK Youth Achievement Award.
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Our short eLearning programmes provide simple ways to improve your work with young people. These programmes are level 2, as graded against the nationally accepted levels for training programmes, where students receive a certification upon completion.
This short online programme devised by UK Youth and Developing Youth Practice has been created using tried and tested theories for raising aspirations in young people.
This programme will help you:
understand underlying reasons that lead to low aspirations
explore concepts and practical strategies to raise aspirations
overcoming limiting beliefs
identifying and demonstrating useful tools to set meaningful goals
This course costs £25 per person (+VAT)
It is recommended that participants also complete the Hard-to-Engage and Difficult Behaviour programmes, as they cover the key theories and will provide useful insight and context to working with those who display difficult behaviour and who are also difficult to engage.
Understanding & Working with Difficult Behaviour Course
This programme was devised by UK Youth and Developing Youth Practice with the key aim to provide practical tools to use when encountering difficult behaviour alongside existing skills and experiences, and with organisational policies and procedures.
This programme includes:
an introduction to understanding difficult behaviour
useful activities for working with difficult behaviour
Developed by UK Youth and Developing Youth Practice, this programme aims to build your confidence in working with groups, and help you develop a practical framework to set up and run groups that are safe, engaging and that encourage participation and learning.
This programme is designed to:
provide an introduction to group work with young people
practical tools that are immediately transferable into working practise
There are many reasons why a young person may be hard to engage or work with. This short programme devised by UK Youth and Developing Youth Practice helps you understand why this might be and the best ways in overcoming this.
The programme will help you to:
understand why young people can be hard to engage
develop strategies and tools for working with young people
explore how to meet your projects needs and the young person's needs through engagement
The online world is a young person's world. Using social media, apps and online gaming is the norm for young people. Modern technology offers great opportunities for education and communication but its misuse can have a negative impact on those targeted.
The key aim of the programme is to provide you with key tactics for moving young people away from damaging situations in an online environment.
This programme will help you to:
develop your awareness of cyber bullying
the effect it can have on children and young people
Developed by UK Youth and Developing Youth Practice, this programme aims to help you develop a framework and practical tools to improve the impact of your session with young people, involving the use of engaging activities as a vehicle for learning and development.
This programme provides an introduction to experiential learning - which describes the process of learning through reflection on doing i.e. learning through experience. This can often be the preferred method of learning for those who do not engage well with traditional, heavily structured methods that are more common in schools and colleges.