Please find below a list of our upcoming digital events NYA are running. Please click the sign up here link to find out more about each session and submit your details to receive a joining link.
Part of these events are monthly Youth Work Tea Breaks. The idea of the tea breaks was the development of a reflective platform to enable practitioners to come together and explore common themes which impact our practice on a daily basis. It is very much an informal learning set, bringing together youth work practitioners to engage in critical thinking and dialogue. Each session has a specific theme and the discussions are very much led by the participants.
Our Tea Breaks and Supper Clubs are not only spaces for critical reflection, sharing and debate, they can also be counted towards your professional development…take a look at our events and be sure to include them in your CPD plans!
Our Upcoming Events
|Regional Roadshows||The NYA and the Regional Youth Work Units are co-hosting regional roadshows to share our work and to gather insights from those working with young people and in youth services across the country, to inform our collective action.||31 Jan – 8 Mar 2024||Further details|
Youth Work Week Panellists
This Youth Work Week we held a series of online digital events. Some of these had expert guests joining us to discuss subject in detail. Please see the panellist information for each relevant event below:
Marcus was appointed as Avenues’ full-time Senior Youth Worker in March 2020 and is now responsible for managing the senior groups and employment projects.
My name is Emily Jones, and I am a Senior Youth Worker at The Youth Association.
I am Judy Illingworth the Youth Team Leader for Bath City Centre and Serious Youth Violence.
Tracy is Programme Lead for Youth & Community at Plymouth Marjon University, teaching on Undergraduate and Postgraduate Programmes.
Chloe is a Senior Manager in the London Violence Reduction Unit. Chloe leads on Youth Work covering investment in youth work programmes, championing the important role youth workers play in a young person’s life and developing VRU’s offer for the youth sector workforce.
Luis is the Programme Manager for Pie Factory Music having joined the organisation in 2017. He leads a team of youth workers delivering open access sessions for 8 to 19 year olds across Thanet and Dover, and oversees the youth work practice of the organisation.
Head of Strategy & Impact, and Safeguarding Lead from Reading FC Community Trust, Paul has worked at the Trust for 10 years supporting young people in the local community and providing pathways for them to receive educational and employment opportunities.
Rod Kippen serves as the Creative Producer at The Horsfall Gallery and Creative Space, a part of the mental health charity, 42nd Street.