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Quality Mark: Integrated Services for Young People – digital format

This book provides a framework that enables local authorities to assess the quality of their arrangements for providing services for young people and strive towards the goal of better integration. It is made up of 15 standards that cover the most important elements of integrated youth support. These standards and the indicators within them are

Quality Mark for Young People’s Services digital edition

The Quality Mark for Young People’s services focuses on developing and capturing high quality services that improve outcomes and support for young people in the transition to adulthood. The Quality Mark is made up of 11 standards that encompass the key elements of the provision of quality services for young people. These standards, and the

New Labour Years: A History of the Youth Service in England Volume 3

This book picks the story up from the election of the first Blair government in 1997 and culminates with his successor’s announcement of Aiming High, the ten year strategy, in July 2007. Along the way it considers the politics and policy of the statutory sector, including the creation of Connexions, Every Child Matters and Youth

Leading and Managing Youth Work and Youth Services

This book has grown out of the Transforming Youth Work management programme developed by a consortium of the National Youth Agency, the Association of Principal Youth and Community Officers, the Department for Education and Skills, the University of Leicester and FPM. It aims to help leaders and managers of services for young people pause and

Hear by Right: getting started

This book is an easy access guide to Hear by Right, the national participation standards. It will help you to understand the ‘what, why and how’ of young people’s participation and how to use Hear by Right to improve the quality of your services and – if you wish – gain a unique national award.

Drawing on the Past: Studies in the History of Community and Youth Work

The 18 chapters cover a diversity of subjects and places. Some tell the stories of events and people. Others consider the impact and relevance of organisations, movements and reports. Yet others are concerned with the value of historical understanding for contemporary community and youth work. Together they reveal a fascinating history and uncover a vast store

Capturing the Evidence: Tools and processes for recognising and recording

Hilary Comfort, with Bryan Merton, Malcolm Payne and Wendy Flint Identifying what young people gain and being in a position to use this information to demonstrate what youth services achieve is highly topical in the current policy climate. The techniques presented in this toolkit will support youth workers in recognising and recording what young people

Young Researchers Network Toolkit session 5

Reporting your research findings for different audiences YRN session 5  

Young Researchers Network Toolkit session 4

How to research sensitive topics YRN session 4

Young Researchers Network Toolkit session 3

Research interviewing skills YRN session 3

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