Certificate in Youth Work Practice Level 2
We have one course running:
12 September 2018 - 14 February 2019
This course runs on Wednesdays and Thursday between 5pm and 8pm
Location: This course is held at Ruskin Hall Campus, Old Headington, Oxford, OX3 9BZ
This course is designed to develop learners as a youth work practitioner to meet the needs of young people and employers in the youth and community work field. It will combine taught elements and supervised youth work practice. Sessions will support practice based learning, individual study and assessment. If you are already working as a volunteer or paid worker in a youth and community work setting, this work may be suitable for the supervised practice.
Modules for this course include:
Understand Child and Young Person Development
Engaging and Communicating with Young People
Group Work Within a Youth Work Setting
Theory of Youth Work
Reflective Practice in a Youth Work Setting
Anti-Discriminatory Practice in Youth Work
Safeguarding in a Youth Work Setting
Work-Based Practice in Youth Work
Working with Challenging Behaviour in Youth Work Settings
We will help you access financial support if you are entitled to it. For more information visit our Further Education fees and funding page.
There are no specific academic entry requirements for this qualification. However, because the programme will involve working with children/young people and/or vulnerable adults, you must be willing to undergo an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. A criminal record will only bar someone from undertaking the course if the offence is relevant to suitability for working with young people.
Upon application for the course you will be invited for an initial assessment and interview to ensure that the course is suitable for you.
This course is designed to give learners access to youth support worker roles as recognised by the Joint Negotiating Committee (JNC) for Youth and Community Workers. The qualification aims to develop you as a youth work practitioner to meet the needs of young people and employers in the youth and community work field.