Issue based and short courses
Hope UK’s ‘Young People, Drugs and the Role of the Youth Worker’ course helps youth workers incorporate drug and alcohol education into their work with young people. The course is a portfolio-based programme accredited with the Open College Network at level 3 and takes place over 2 days
from Hope UK
This course considers the role of RE in the school curriculum, its cultural and theology issues and its impact upon the emotional and spiritual development of young people. It considers the history of RE, curriculum content, policy issues and the place of RE within schools. It explores the role of the school and the youth and community worker within the RE curriculum.
Participants develop their skills in planning and delivering programmes appropriate to a range of learners in school and youth work settings. The course incorporates various engaging learning strategies, including discussion, group activities, student-led work and skills practice in context.
For more information about this course please contact Gill, our MCYM administrator.
Call us: 0115 968 3222
from Midlands CYM
Introduction to degree level theological study, theological reflection and good practice within children and youth ministry. The module can also be used as access onto further degree level study with Ridley Hall/Cambridge Theological Federation – Youth, Children, Family, or Pioneer specialisms.
A Romance Academy is a 12-15 week project supporting and mentoring up to twelve young people as they build their self-esteem enhanced by sexual delay. Each Academy is facilitated by a male and female youth worker who work with the group to ensure each member is valued, challenged and supported on this journey.
from Romance Academy