NYA is running a pilot with a cohort of young apprentices to improve retention levels of young people on apprenticeships. The pilot is based in West Yorkshire. We are looking for two JNC qualified and experienced youth workers who will support young people embarking on apprenticeships.
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On 23 June NYA met with the JNC employers’ side and Local Government Association representatives to discuss the professional qualifications framework (youth support worker levels 2 & 3, professional youth worker levels 6 & 7).
UK Youth and NYA have initiated discussions to explore the benefits of a shared services model that will enable both organisations to sustain high quality services for young people in the most cost effective way.
More than 90 football coaches from Premier League clubs are now equipped in youth work skills, the National Youth Agency announced today.
After the result of the EU referendum everyone is facing a future with a degree of uncertainty. This is especially true for young people.
NYA is working with Barclays to offer young people the skills and experience of Barclays employee volunteers. Through Barclays employee engagement programme, which is managed by NYA, motivated and committed employees are supporting young people to develop their financial and employability skills.
With confirmation, in the early hours of the 24 June 2016, that the UK has voted to leave the European Union, we face a period of uncertainty over the next few months whilst new thinking and policies are developed to support our pathway to independence. This will inevitably impact the lives of young people and the
NYA has recently published its annual monitoring of youth and community degree programmes for academic year 2014-2015.
On Sunday, 15 local teenagers gave up their weekend to arrange and participate in a mass clean-up at Redcar beach. The young people travelled from all across the North East to help not only revamp the beach itself, but also the reputation of teenagers during Volunteers’ Week.