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GMYN Introduction to Youth Work Training programme

Introduction to Youth Work (ItYW) is a six-session training programme that will develop your understanding and skills relating to youth work.

Each session provides an introduction to a different aspect of youth work including both theoretical and practical applications in a range of youth work settings. You are welcome to attend as many sessions as you choose.

12 March, 2019 - 10:30 to 23 April, 2019 - 13:30
GMYN, Greenfish Resource Centre, 46-50 Oldham Street, Manchester, M4 5LE

Introduction to Equality and Diversity

This workshop will look at how personal opinions, prejudices and actions can influence others and lead to discrimination. Through gaining an understanding of equality, equity and diversity we will look at how to make youth work settings inclusive.

Attendees will increase their knowledge and awareness of equality issues by developing an awareness of Equalities legislation and understanding the personal, cultural and societal influences that affect people’s lives.

This session is facilitated by Steph Champion and hosted by Manchester Youth Zone

22 May, 2019 - 17:00 to 19:30
Manchester Youth Zone, 931 Rochdale Road, Manchester, M9 8AE

2 x Youth Homelessness Support Worker at Depaul UK

This is an engaging role based in the Safestop supported accommodation project in West Didsbury, you will support the 16-21 year old residents to move from hostel living into their own independent accommodation. You’ll manage the support planning and move-on for a small caseload of residents, addressing their key needs, helping them progress towards independence.

37.5 hours per week
£18,675 per annum + pension + other benefits
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Development Manager (Safeguarding) at OnSide Youth Zones

A newly created role in a growing, national charity; watch this short video showing OnSide Youth Zones vision for young people www.onsideyouthzones.org/videos/giving-young-people-a-way-out/. OnSide Youth Zones transform the lives of young people by giving them ‘somewhere to go, something to do and someone to talk to’ across their 10, soon to be 13, Youth Zones. 

40 hours per week
£35,000 - £45,000 per annum
Bolton (with travel)
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Including the Invisible: Meeting the needs of LGBT+ young people in youth settings

Facilitated by The Proud Trust

A half day training course, that will encourage youth organisations to become more LGBT+ inclusive (lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, plus other related identities), by:

8 April, 2019 - 13:00 to 16:00
MMU Business School, Room 3.12, All Saints Campus, Manchester, M15 6BH

Introduction to Equality and Diversity

Facilitated by Steph Champion

Voluntary Youth Manchester have organised a series of training and workshops around equality and diversity. Anti-oppressive practice is youth work in action. We hope that people who work with young people will take the opportunity to develop their knowledge and skills in supporting the diverse needs of young people in our city as we work towards social justice in our society.

27 March, 2019 - 13:00 to 15:30
Brunswick Parish Church, Brunswick Street, Manchester, M13 9TQ

Writing a Good Theory of Change

This workshop will support you to:
• Understand the principles and terminology behind Theories of Change
• Create your own basic Theory of Change

A Theory of Change (or ToC) is a way to illustrate and/or describe how the outcomes of your organisation’s work happen over the short, medium and long term. A Theory of Change can be designed at the start of a programme (to help with planning) or it can be used to evaluate an existing programme.

26 March, 2019 - 10:00 to 13:00
Greater Manchester Youth Network, Green Fish Resource Centre, 46 50, Oldham St, Manchester, M4 1LE
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Manchester Safeguarding Boards e-Bulletin 1 February 2019

8 Feb 2019 - 10:20 by michelle.foster

The Manchester Safeguarding Boards bulletin shares news, events, learning and development opportunities and links to information and resources which is of use to the multi-agency safeguarding workforce and the wider community across Manchester. Manchester Safeguarding Boards

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Centre Coordinator at St Georges Youth and Community Centre

St Georges Youth and Community Association is a registered charity. The volunteer management committee run St Georges Youth and Community Centre less than a mile from Manchester City Centre at the heart of the community in Collyhurst, Ancoats and Miles Platting.

St Georges is a busy centre with activities running daily supporting the local community.

14 hours per week
£10,080 per year
Collyhurst Manchester
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