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Different types of Youth Work. Centrebased youth work. This youth work is carried out at a dedicated premises. facilities such as dropin coffee bars, sports facilities, advice centres, youth clubs. Most youth clubs fall under this wide category. In some cases may be linked with outreach or schoolbased youth work.
are not a prescriptive way of delivering detached and outreach Youth Work but suggested approaches. follows the methodology of centrebased youth work since it relies, after some building or activity from which youth work or other opportunities are delivered.
Youth Work Methods Series The workshops in the Youth Work Methods series are aligned with the Youth PQA. After gathering data from a Youth Program Quality Assessment and creating a plan for improvement through participation in a Planning With Data training, program managers can choose to offer trainings to program staff that are aligned to the Improvement Plan.
The participative nature of youth work recognises young peoples rights to choose whether to be involved and to make decisions about issues that affect them. Recognising, valuing and building on participants contributions and experiences means that young people are at the centre of youth work practice.
Centre Based Work works best when: Workers are imaginative and ambitious; Detached Youth Work is effective when: The best work is usually seen when youth workers have worked with the young people for some time to establish continuity and build up trust;
Schoolbased work. This form of youth work is carried out in schools and is provided directly for the pupils, often by an organisation external from the school. It may include lessons, assemblies, afterschool clubs, one to one mentoring etc. There may be a link with other nonschool youth activities.
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