Supported by funding from Barclays, the National Youth Agency is investing £1 million into the youth sector, delivering employability and life skills training for up to 100,000 disadvantaged young people aged 14-25 between January and December 2015.
Jon Boagey, operations director, asks why military ethos doesn’t seem to need evidence to get government funding.
The National Youth Agency is today announcing its support for McDonald’s campaign to recognise the value of soft skills.
The National Youth Agency has produced a new report into the changes and trends the youth sector is currently undergoing. The report which has been produced with input from the Regional Youth Work Units, acts as a snapshot of the plethora of developments that are currently emerging, including the dramatic cuts made to local authority
This post is part of our continuing series on funding cuts to youth services.
Jon Boagey, NYA operations director, blogs on the difficulty of collecting data on youth services.
The latest developments on the level 2/3 youth work in practice qualification.
Following an online election, the three certified members elected to the Institute for Youth Work’s council have been announced.
For those with chronic health issues this can be a very difficult and confusing time. Hospital youth work supports young people with these challenges and creates a different and more positive atmosphere for the young people accessing hospital services.
NYA has produced its 2014 impact report.