Duration : ½ day Cost : £50
Far too often young people rights are ignored. Knowing that these rights are supported by laws is empowering. Therefore, it is essential that Practitioners who work with young people are aware and updated on information, recourses and services available to aid young people.
This course explores the rights of young people and issues faced by professionals who are tasked with supporting them.
It is an interactive course that utilises actual examples, case studies and participants’ experience and gives practical information on how Practitioners can use the laws to assert these rights.
This course will be suitable for Youth Workers, Practitioners, volunteers and all those, who work holistically with young people.
The aim of this course is to provide Practitioners with information on current Case Laws, Legislation and relevant services that are available to aid young people facing everyday issues. The course will further enable participants to increase their confidence and competency when dealing with said issues.
Young People’s Rights and:
- The Family
- Legal Issues
- Nationality (EU and EEA)
After completing the course, participants should have a greater understanding of:
Issues affecting young people
How to use the laws to assert young people’s rights
Varying support services available to young people
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