Youth Work Training

Investing in the Youth Work Sector

Romsey Mill is not only passionate about delivering youth work but also in investing in the youth work sector as a whole and helping others to effectively support young people.

To this end, we deliver accredited courses in ‘Youth Work Practice’ at Level 2 (Award) and Level 3 (Certificate).

More information about each course is given below alongside any promotional materials for upcoming courses.

Should you require more information please contact: jonathan.buwert@romseymill.org // 01223 213162

 

Level 2 Award in Youth Work Principles

This accredited course (11 credits) is suitable for those who are currently involved in a voluntary or professional youth work setting and want to develop their youth work practice. Topics include:

• Theory of Youth Work

• Safeguarding in a Youth Work Setting

• Young People’s Development

• Engaging and Communicating with Young People

Courses takes place across 12 weeks and we usually run one online and one in-person course each year.  To complete the course applicants must be able to carry out 12 hours of youth work practice alongside attending the taught sessions.  The full cost of this course is £500 but subsidised places are available to those living in Cambridgeshire with further concessions available for Romsey Mill staff, volunteers and young leaders.  We also have a bursary scheme for those in financial difficulty. 

For more information and to enrol on this course please contactjonathan.buwert@romseymill.org

 

Level 3 Certificate in Youth Work Practice

This accredited course (28 credits) is suitable for those who are significantly involved in the delivery of youth work in a voluntary or professional setting and intend to pursue a career in this, or similar, field(s). Topics include:

• Reflective Practice in a Youth Work Setting

• Group Work within a Youth Work Setting

• Working with Behaviour that Challenges in Youth Work Settings

• Work-based Practice in Youth Work

• Supporting Young People with Disabilities and Additional Learning Needs within a Youth Work Setting

All applicants must have a youth work placement, be able to deliver 60 hours of youth work across a 12 month period and have access to an experienced supervisor who can assess their practice. (NB. Although helpful it is not essential to have already completed the level 2 qualification.) The full cost of this course s £1,500 but subsidised places are available with further concession for Romsey Mill staff, volunteers and young leaders.  We also have a bursary scheme for those in financial difficulty.

For more information and to register your interest in future Level 3 courses, please contact: jonathan.buwert@romseymill.org

 

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