NYCI’s Equality and Intercultural Programme is offering a half day training to 8 youth work organisations across Ireland who are keen to develop their inclusive youth work.
The training will take place online with time out for own study, exercises and reflection.
|11.30 – 12.15||Introductions, setting the scene, and exploring social justice (Online group work)|
|12.15 – 1.15||Reflective enquiry – working in pairs participants will discuss the values and knowledge they bring to their youth work (Choice of online or offline work)|
|1.15 – 2.00||Break plus time to complete 2 personal youth work statements (time away from computers)|
|2.00 – 2.30||Why inclusion? – understanding the needs of minority and marginalised young people and their communities (online video presentation and group response)|
|2.30 – 2.45||Exploring the barriers to inclusion (online)|
|2.45 – 3.20||Storytelling the journey toward inclusion (using the 8 Steps framework and organisations current/proposed project) (online small group exercise)|
|3.20 – 3.30||Close|
All organisations will be expected to take part in a follow up session 6-8 weeks after attending the training.
Our first training will take place on 10th June 11.30 – 3.30. Other trainings will follow from June to September. Proposed dates include 10th or 24th June; 8th or 22nd July; 5th or 27th August; 2nd or 16th Sept. Times and dates may be altered on request.
Ideally 8 – 12 team members
Free of charge thanks to funding from DCYA
Combining social justice, reflective practice and storytelling the training will support participants to develop an action plan on their inclusive youth work grounded in their organisation’s current or future work plan.
Please note that only organisations can apply.
Using 8 Steps to Inclusive Youth Work, the Equality and Intercultural Programme will deliver this half day interactive blended learning training (partly online, partly personal and paired work) followed by a check-in session 2 months after the original training.