Sussex Clubs for Young People works with practitioners across Sussex with decades of experience in youth work as lecturers, team managers, detached workers and workers in charge from a variety of disciplines.
We currently offer the following training:
YOUNG LEADERS A weekend residential for young leaders at OCN Level 1 or 2 using ActionUp! material from Ambition UK. The training is aimed at young people who are already volunteering at their youth club and combines a mixture of classroom sessions and outdoor activities.
FIRST AID Training for youth workers / adult volunteers. This can be held at your premises and normally runs from 10 am to 4 pm.
FIRST AID TASTERS A workshop taster for young people in their club setting.
INTRODUCTION TO YOUTH WORK Training to help adult volunteer or paid club workers improve their youth work skills and knowledge. The course is run over 2 days with a week in between each session to allow home study to be completed.
HOW TO RUN A YOUTH CLUB SUCCESSFULLY Training over one day or two evenings to help look at the essentials of running a youth club from setting boundaries, dealing with challenging behaviour and stress management.
INTRODUCTION TO SAFEGUARDING AND ONLINE SAFETY In partnership with Safety-net Brighton we can offer these staff/volunteer training sessions at your club, normally on week day evenings between 6 and 9 pm.
Our events for the next few months are displayed in the sidebar. All of the programmes above can be offered on demand.
Sussex Clubs for Young People Ltd (SCYP) is an umbrella youth organization that aims to support development of a vibrant voluntary and community youth sector, which involves, empowers and meets the needs of young people in Sussex.
We currently run detached/outreach weekly youth projects in a number of locations in Mid and West Sussex including Haywards Heath, Chailey, Hurstpierpoint, Hassocks, Southwick and Bognor Regis. We are looking for staff to join our existing pool of workers in engaging young people around Sussex. Our youth sessions usually take place in the evenings (approx. two hours), weekdays and typically two workers lead the sessions.
We have a great team and want to empower young people in the community by providing them with youth clubs and activities which are both for learning and fun; for example we run DJ workshops, First Aid and leadership courses etc.
We are looking for sessional youth workers who are able to run and promote positive activities for young people and are willing to undertake appropriate training have a clean Driving License and own transport; the ability to drive a minibus is desirable
Hourly rate dependent on qualifications and experience Come and help us make a difference.
Burgess Hill District Lions Clubs sent us this update about one of their adopted youth clubs. The Burgess Hill Marching Youth performed to an audience of over 200 people at the ‘Step Through Time’ concert on Saturday 10th March. Members of BHMY took to the stage at Burgess Hill Girls to showcase the band’s impressive repertoire of music, performing a huge selection of music from pop to movie themes, renaissance and classical to jazz and traditional snare drumming. [ 508 more words ]