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, a collaboration with Debbie Terras from NYA, Vanessa Rogers and Charlotte Gordon from Kip Education CIC. 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 Upcoming Events

Event
Summary
Date
Time
Link
Pride X – The Pride of Our Experience
(Date updated)
An opportunity for youth work practitioners to listen and learn directly from a group of young people as they share their experiences being a part of the LGBTQIA+ community in 202212th July 202218:00 – 19:00Sign up here
Youth Work Tea Break – Relationships and Sex EducationIn the last year or so relationship and sex education (RSE) has hopefully become so much more than the biology of reproduction, with a focus now firmly on inclusion of all genders and sexualities as well as the emotional complexities of relationships. Put the kettle on and get ready, as we bring the issue of consent onto the youth work agenda.13th July 202210:30 – 11:30Sign up here
Safeguarding Training with PharosThroughout September we are heavily subsidising places across the country on Safeguarding training delivered by Pharos. The training will cover topics from Risk Assessment best practice to Off-site Safety and communicating with the press. Click the link to find out more.Various dates in SeptemberFind out more

NYA Supper Clubs

Following our successful Tea breaks with Debbie Terras, Charlotte Gordon and Vanessa Rogers, it was identified by those who attended that youth workers needed another opportunity to explore complex themes in more context.

The fourth of the NYA Supper clubs took place on 30th June, and examined the theme Drugs and the Summer with the panel of experts below:

The Panel

Carolyne James – Senior Lecturer of Criminology & Policing, University of Cumbria

Nicole Lees – Lecturer in Security, Intelligence & Investigative Practice, University of Cumbria

Des, Lucy and Ali – Team of practitioners from We Are With You Charity

Chris Brady – The Loop / NHS Foundation Trust

Gemma Hannah – Public Protection and Partnership Inspector, Cumbria Constabulary

Ghino Parker – National Programme Manager, The Children’s Society

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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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