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Skills Summary – Guide for Youth Work Organisations

This guide is for those who have the privilege of witnessing the flourishing of young people in realtime but still often worry that those young people get left behind in the competitive world of employment and further opportunities.

Skills Summary Manual

The Skills Summary Manual gives you an overview about the basic features of the tool.

Skills Summary Flyer

What is Skills Summary? Download our flyer to inform your young people about the tool.

Measuring Impact of Youth Work with Skills Summary

We provide reporting to help you track skill development progress of your young people and measure the impact of your work.

Skills Summary Offline Version

You can`t access Skills Summary online with your young people? We have a Skills Summary Offline Version available for you.

NYCI Annual Review 2018

We’re very proud of what we achieved for the youth sector in 2018. With our members we’ve worked hard to make sure youth work is recognised […]

NYCI Arts Programme – Digital Filmmaking Handbook

A tool for inspiration, exploration and imagination in youth work. This resource is published by the Youth Arts Programme, an initiative of the National Youth Council […]

STEM in Youth Work Maker Project: Final Report

The final learning report from the NYCI TechSpace STEM in Youth Work Maker Project highlights that including STEM in youth work enhances it in unique ways. […]

Digital Youth Work Guidelines

These guidance documents were developed in response to the recommendations identified in the Screenagers International research project. They accompany a Screenagers workshop with policy makers and […]

Screenagers International Research Project – Report

Screenagers International Research Project using ICT, Digital & Social Media in Youth Work. The Screenagers International Research Project is a collaborative study focussing on the use […]

Screenagers International Research Project – Infographic

Screenagers International Research Project using ICT, Digital & Social Media in Youth Work. The Screenagers International Research Project is a collaborative study focussing on the use […]

Don’t consume, create!

How TechSpace is working for Youth Work. Workshop by TechSpace. A major challenge for ICT in youth work is moving from consuming through technology to creating […]

Revenge Porn Workshop

Can youth organisations address the issue of privacy in the online world? This workshop explored offline vs. online privacy aspects of society; privacy threats and challenges […]

Screenagers Presentation by Dr Brian O’Neill

Presentation by Dr Brian O’Neill, Dublin Institute of Technology/EU Kids Online

Screenagers International Seminar 2014 – Programme

The Screenagers International Seminar took place from March 31st to April 2nd. It was convened to create a space for stakeholders from across Europe to engage […]

Game Over Hate

This workshop explored hate in video games, raising awareness of the phenomenon and community based measures to address it.

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