Voluntary youth work organisations are key players supporting and
developing young people across Scotland. During the covid-19 crisis the sector has had to adapt to maintain
services and support for young people. It has been a period of constant change
and transition and one in which leaders have been required to step up.
Youth Scotland recognises the vital role that you and your
organisations play, and will play for the sector’s future. On this programme
you will work with peers
from across Scotland to gain greater
confidence and clarity to enable you to progress in your leadership journey.
This programme is delivered as a blend of in-person and online participative sessions and self-directed learning. You will work closely
with your peers throughout and build a strong supportive network.
Who is it for?
This six-day programme is designed for leaders at manager level in
voluntary youth work
organisations, who want to strengthen their leadership capacity.
Application Deadline: Monday, 6 February 2023
Dates and times:
- 2 March - Kirkcaldy - 10am-4pm
- 3 March - Online - 10am-3pm
- 27 March - Online - 10am-3pm
- 28 March - Online - 10am-3pm
- 17 April - Online - 10am-3pm
- 18 April - Kirkcaldy - 10am-4pm
Blended on Zoom and in the room at New Volunteer House, 16 East Fergus Way, Kirkcaldy, Fife, KY1 1XT.
will comprise of in-person and online modules complemented by
self-directed learning which we will ask learners to undertake in order to
prepare for each of the learning days. The work will not be onerous and will
help you to embed the learning.
This programme is funded by
Scottish Government via the National Voluntary Youth Work Organisations Support
Fund. It’s available to local and national voluntary youth work organisations
at the highly subsidised rate of £340pp covering the
programme and qualification costs.
The programme has given me more confidence as I have been able to reflect on what it means to be a leader and put this into practice
greater awareness and confidence
in your leadership
your skills to motivate, engage and lead others
from your peers and build a network of support
challenges and opportunities you face in the youth work sector in Scotland
By completing this programme you are eligible to achieve a
10-credit SCQF level 9 Leadership Qualification, awarded through SEA and
Glasgow Caledonian University. To achieve the qualification, you must attend
the whole programme and complete one assessment.
Michael Costello | email@example.com