SHEP Reflective Practice, ‘Using the critical reflection model in Youth Work Practice’
October 15 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm IST
Are you looking for a safe, facilitated space to critically reflect on your work and to see what the learnings are? Are you interested in using reflective practice methods to support well-being at work and to support the exchange of good practice? This SHEP Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Programme, sponsored by SHEP and The National Youth Council of Ireland may be of interest to you.
The aim of the programme is to co-create a space for a group of participants from the youth work sector to reflect on their prior and current practice experiences. The programme aims to enhance participants’ capacity to engage in the critical reflective process and to enhance their capacity to co-create the conditions for learning from reflecting on practice. The focus of the programme will be on the reflective phase of the experiential learning/action planning cycle
Free of charge to NYCI members and Free of Charge to non-members
25 contact hours over ten morning sessions (10am-1pm) approximately once per month for ten months, starting in October 2020
Participants who complete any course on this programme will be able to:
- Better reflect on their practice at work.
- Participate in the co-creation of a group reflective practice space.
- Adopt a facilitative stance that enables groups to co-create the conditions for an effective reflective practice space.
- Write reflectively about their practice and their reflective learning processes.
- Draw up a personal plan as to how they will support themselves in their practice.
- Youth Workers
- Anyone working with Young People
- Social Health Education Project in partnership with The National Youth Health Programme