NYA is delighted to announce that Sculpt has been award the Advanced Level NYA Quality Mark.  The NYA Quality Mark recognises high quality youth work through benchmarked standards and indicators based on the National Occupational Standards.  The Award is a celebration and acknowledgment of how organisations demonstrate they achieve high standards of quality assessed against … Continued

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NYA is excited to launch a brand new CPD module on Trauma Informed Practice.  This new module has been created to help youth workers gain a greater understanding of trauma and how it affects mental and emotional wellbeing.  The module provides tools and reflection space for youth workers to enable them to better support young … Continued

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We think that great youth workers are needed everywhere, and want to develop and support a comprehensive professional training offer for them wherever they are. This survey will help us gather accurate data about a range of things relating to the Youth Work Workforce, training and qualification; What is the demand for qualified Youth Workers? … Continued

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Natwest are launching a new initiative this week in partnership with the National Youth Agency to improve young people’s confidence around money, to help champion their potential. Natwest are joining forces with Marcus Rashford MBE and the National Youth Agency to launch the Thrive Programme – a new programme being trialled at youth community centres … Continued

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The National Youth Agency is delighted to launch a new Working with Young People – Media Literacy and Digital Youth Work course, as part of the Department for Digital Culture Media and Sport’s (DCMS) Online Media Literacy Strategy.  NYA has received funding from DCMS to design a new module to upskill youth workers in media … Continued

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NYA is delighted to announce that Hessle Road Network has been award the Advanced Level NYA Quality Mark.  The NYA Quality Mark recognises high quality youth work through benchmarked standards and indicators based on the National Occupational Standards.  The Award is a celebration and acknowledgment of how organisations demonstrate they achieve high standards of quality … Continued

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NYA was delighted to work with the Commonwealth Secretariat in delivering four virtual training sessions to youth workers from St Kitts and Nevis.  These sessions provided the youth workers with the opportunity to discuss relevant themes and develop skills for their teaching practices.  The workshops explored topics of safety in a group, Covid-19, celebrations, endings, … Continued

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Following the success of the Bursary Funding launched by the NYA in November 2019, which has so far offered 650 youth work training bursaries (Levels 2 & 3), the NYA is delighted to announce that an additional 547 bursaries are now available for 2022/23.  The bursaries, which have been made possible by £790,000 of Government funding, will continue to widen access and secure youth work training for … Continued

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NYA are excited to announce the appointment of three new Trustees.  We welcome Amma Anderson, Daniel Chery and Ali Pickering to the Board. Barbara Bradley, NYA Chair of Trustees commented, “We are delighted to be welcoming three new trustees to the NYA Board.  Our new trustees bring a wealth of personal, professional and youth work … Continued

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COVID-19 Readiness Level

Readiness Level

G

What does this mean?

** From 27th January 2022 we can confirm that the youth sector moves to GREEN in the readiness framework**

(Version 10)

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