|Who Decides and how to be heard?|
10am – 4pm
This course provides an opportunity for participant to learn how young people’s policy is made and how it can be influenced.
This training can be accredited by Agored Cymru Unit: Influencing Young People’s Policy and Decision-Making, Level: Two
The training will cover:
· Where young people’s policies are created and who the decision makers are in relation to those policies.
· How policy impacts on young people and those working with those young people
· The link between policy making and the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC).
· How good practice influences policy decisions that affect young people.
· Know the decision-makers in relation to young people’s policy.
· Know the relationships between policy development and young people.
· Know how good practice affects young people’s policy making.
|Assessment and Accreditation:
Accreditation for participants is optional. Those opting for certification will be able to gain a Level 2 accreditation in Influencing Young People’s Policy and Decision Making, Level 2, Credit 1. It will require the submission of written assignment, details of which will be sent electronically after the training course. Distance tutor support is provided to allow for successful completion.
Accreditation comes at an additional cost.
For further details about the course please contact Julia Griffiths at Julia@youthcymru.org.uk
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Reporting to the Board of Trustees of the Campaign, the Policy and Communications Officer will assist the Board to develop and promote its case for a youth parliament for Wales embedded in law, directly elected by young people and working in conjunction with the National Assembly for Wales.
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The UK Youth Awards
We’re excited to launch our brand new prestigious awards ceremony to celebrate inspirational young people and youth organisations alike
Building on the success of Youth of the Year 2015, The UK Youth Awards are back bigger than ever. This year we’ve extended the celebration to honour UK Youth’s:
|Young Person of the Year – celebrating those truly remarkable 16-25 year olds who have gained vital life skills to help them overcome challenges and achieve their goals. These achievements may be selfless, brave and, perhaps even, heroic or just great examples of a young person positively transitioning into adulthood.|
|Youth Organisation of the Year – celebrating the innovative and adaptable youth organisations that have overcome challenges to continuously support young people and their local communities. These organisations will have enabled young people to positively progress through their social development journey from social engagement and learning to social action and leadership.|
Six finalists will be invited to a prestigious event at Buckingham Palace, hosted by UK Youth’s patron, HRH The Princess Royal.
Winners will be awarded a suite of prizes including grant funding of up to £350, mentoring and free UK Youth membership.
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Application form – Young Person of the Year
Application form – Youth Organisation of the Year