The Capturing Magic- A Guide to Evaluating Outcomes in Youth Arts Projects resource was designed to support youth workers and youth arts practitioners to measure the outcomes for young people in their youth arts project. This training provides practical tips on how to use the resource to identify the best outcomes for your particular project and plan your evaluation.
This training provides participants with the skillset to develop a Youth Arts Policy within their organisation, contextualising it within the wider policy environment and focusing on building on existing work.
The funding environment is competitive, there never seems enough money – and funder priorities will not always seem the same as your priorities. While we can’t guarantee you success, we can offer you a hands-on, interactive workshop supporting you to make a compelling case for your work, give you insight into the typical decision making processes and support you to put your best foot forward with an application.
The National Youth Health Programme delivers the Specialist Certificate in Youth Health Promotion in conjunction with NUI Galway every second year. The course aims to encourage, support and facilitate youth organisations to become effective settings for health.
Programme Award: Certificate in Health Promotion (Level 7) - Specialist Certificate in Youth Health Promotion awarded by NUI Galway
Part time, year long university accredited course of study in Irish Youth Arts Practice managed and delivered by the Arts Programme at NYCI. The Certificate in Youth Arts aims to introduce those working in the non-formal education sector to the concepts, principles and practice of youth arts using a context and practice approach.
Accrediting body: NUI Maynooth, Dept of Applied Social Studies
This three day course is aimed at those with the role and responsibility of a Child Protection Designated Liaison Person within their organisation. It aims to provide participants with the information to carry out this important role in an effective manner.
On day one the course follows the structure of the ‘Intercultural Awareness and Cultural Competency’ training day. On the second day participants will develop practical skills to engage with young people and volunteers in a culturally diverse setting, as well as planning and delivering their own session on Interculturalism and inclusion.
This project is supporting youth workers to inspire young people to create, invent and make with Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM). Youth workers will receive a grant for equipment that can be used to deliver technology-enhanced activities spanning electronics, robotics and coding to music, arts and crafts.