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December 17, 2019

STEAM in Youthreach Training Course – Limerick

This intermediate-level training is ideal for you if you have already received introductory STEAM training and/or already use STEAM in your practice.
December 11, 2019

STEAM in Youthreach Intermediate Training – Dublin

This intermediate-level training is ideal for you if you have already received introductory STEAM training and/or already use STEAM in your practice.
October 31, 2019

Games, Youth Work and Climate Change – what’s the connection?

September 4, 2019

Inclusive Youth Work and Skills Summary – Finding Our Language

This is a two-part training. In the first part, we look at embedding inclusive practice in your youth work setting. The second part introduces the online tool Skills Summary that helps young people communicate the value of the skills they gain when participating in youth work to future employers.
September 2, 2019

European Guidelines for Digital Youth Work

September 2, 2019

Good Practice: Gaming as Youth Work

The aim of the Gaming as Youth Work project is engaging socially isolated young people who might not ordinarily access youth services. Gaming is a significant […]
August 9, 2019

Good Practice: What’s the Photostory? Syria – Tipperary

We wanted to support the young people in telling their stories; to build confidence through the storytelling process; to utilise the digital skills they already possess […]
August 9, 2019

Good Practice: NYCI TechSpace STEM in Youth Work Maker Project

During an introductory training day youth workers undertake a range of STEM & Maker activities and gain the skills needed to facilitate high-quality STEM projects with […]
August 8, 2019

STEAM in Youth Work – Athlone

During this introductory training day you will undertake a range of STEAM activities and gain the skills and knowledge needed to facilitate high-quality STEAM learning experiences for your young people.
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