The Equality and Intercultural Programme in the National Youth Council of Ireland supports the youth work sector to develop responsive, equal, and inclusive youth work practice. This e-learning introduces youth workers and volunteers to a way of working with young people who cause harm or hate through hateful language and actions to those from (or perceived to be from) minority or marginalised identities.
The Equality and Intercultural Programme in the National Youth Council of Ireland supports the youth work sector to develop responsive, equal, and inclusive youth work practice.This e-learning introduces youth workers and volunteers to key aspects of social justice and explains how it is a core principle of inclusive youth work.
Learn about Skills Summary in your own time through this free short and meaningful online course. Skills Summary is the tool that helps young people recognise and capture the skills developed through non-formal education and youth work and helps you measure the impact of your projects.
The Child Protection Programme in the National Youth Council of Ireland supports the youth work sector to meet their child protection and safeguarding responsibilities. This eLearning introduces youth workers and volunteers to key topics in online safety, and addresses the challenges that young people may face online.
The new NUI Certificate in Global Youth Work and Development Education is a Level 8, Special Purpose award delivered by the National Youth Council of Ireland in partnership with the National University of Ireland, Maynooth.
The NUI Certificate in Youth Arts is developed and delivered in partnership by Maynooth University and the National Youth Council of Ireland. It is a part-time programme of study (November 2021 - June 2022) in youth arts practice with focus on the emerging field of STEAM in Youth Work.