Is your organisation digital-ready to respond to young people’s changing needs?
Are your staff and volunteers equipped to deliver 21st Century Skills to young people?
Digital Youth Work - The Manager’s Perspective
The event will be of most interest to Youth Service Managers and senior/specialist youth workers interested in Digital Skills. There will be ample opportunity for discussions, as well as networking over lunch.
Hosted by Camara Education Ireland & Youth Work Ireland
25th September 2019 from 10.00 to 14.00
Guinness Enterprise Centre, Taylor's Lane, Dublin 8
Free event but places are limited and registration is essential.
Contact Anne L’Henoret / 087 9545777
Date: Friday November 1st
Venue: Fire Restaurant, Dublin
Training session for youth practitioners and educators on how to use a brand new European-wide resource - YES Project (Youth Empowerment in SRE) that will educate young people about safety aspects of sexual health with a focus on consent, well being and avoiding risk. The resource which has been developed with the support of Leargas and Erasmus+ will outline a practical and interactive session youth workers and educators can run with their youth group.
About this Training
Youth Work Ireland, ECYC (European Confederation of Youth Clubs) and LOGO Jugendmanagement (Austria) have developed a new resource for youth workers and educators to support them in their practice and understanding of the issues facing young people in relation to sexual health, with a particular focus on consent, wellbeing, avoiding risk. The resource which has been developed with and for youth workers across Europe is designed to guide and support existing practice. The resource will outline a practical and interactive session youth workers can run with their youth group.
This training event will officially launch the new resource and offer the first round of free training to youth practitioners on how they can use the resource in their youth group setting.
This training is targeted at youth workers, youth club volunteers, teachers, social workers, youth professional and indeed anyone who works with young people and wants to improve their practice around issues of sexual health, consent and wellbeing.
Participation on this training is free, however places are limited and available on a first come first served basis.