In-service training for full-time personnel engaged in youth work
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In-service training for full-time personnel engaged in youth work discussion document. by Youth Committee for Northern Ireland.

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The purpose of this manual is to provide a trainers’ training manual aimed at youth work trainers that would provide them with resources to enable them deliver a FETAC Level 2 in Understanding Youth Work. The target group for this training includes CE participants, volunteers and young people. science and technology. To actualize the set objectives of in-service education in any organization some basic principles should be taken into consideration, as enumerated by Stoops et al () as follows: 1. In-service programme emerges from recognized needs of the school and community. 2. All school personnel need in-service education Size: KB. The Youth Worker Training Series is presented by UPCI Youth Ministries and is sponsored by your generous giving to Sheaves for Christ. The purpose of YM is to “Educate & Engage” and this resource is an important part of their vision. In order for youth to be prepared to work in partnership with adults, they need to develop and/or enhance their leadership skills. Leadership training prepares youth to manage time, work as a team, set goals, start conversations, facilitate meetings, and make effective presentations.

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