Youth Development Work Principles and Practices
This program is designed to introduce you to a range of different approaches to working with young people. You may already have experience of youth work. If so, then you have been working in a wide-ranging and complex field. However, you may have experience of only one type of youth work practice. We have designed this program so that you can get a clear understanding of several of the key practices in youth work. This will enable you to develop your insight and skill by allowing you to draw on a rich frame of reference.
When you successfully complete this program, you should be able to:
- Define Youth Development concept.
- Briefly describe, in your own words, the history and position of youth development work in your country.
- Delineate the professional role of the youth worker.
- Explain the important factors that have affected youth development work and that influence current trends.
- Begin working effectively with young people and adults in enabling them to improve the quality of their lives.
- Select from a range of different approaches to youth development work those that are most appropriate to specific circumstances.
Who Should Attend?
- Youth program coordinators.
- Young leaders.
- Youth workers in government departments, corporates and NGOs.
- School and University teachers.
- Professionals responsible for policy formulation and strategy development in youth focused organizations.
What is Youth development? and how does it influence youth work?
Youth Development theories and practivcies
Interactionist perspective - Functional Perspective
Youth Development Values
Enabling - Empowering
Youth development work: history and traditions
Youth development work in families and communities
Youth work as social and leisure provision
Out of school education
Youth work for national development
Youth welfare work
Youth development work: models and approaches
Youth Development Practices
Youth Worker roles and methods
Working face to face with young people in a variety of settings
Managing and supporting other paid and volunteer workers
Formulating and developing community policies for governmental and non-governmental organisations (NGOs)
This is an ongoing course, you can register anytime.
Please follow this link for registration (http://www.matsh.co/en/youth-workers-courses/youth-development-principle...)