About The Qualification
This qualification embraces the National Occupational Standards for youth work. It supports the skills and knowledge learners need to become a competent Youth Support Worker. Learners will complete this qualification with a concrete understanding of the following:
- The values, core principles and current policies relating to youth work
- Intervention strategies in youth work settings
- The principles, knowledge and skills needed for work-based practice
Optional units include: Caseload Management, Implementing Exchange Programmes, Outreach and Detached Youth Work, and more
Progression Routes: What's Next?
Learners who achieve this qualification can progress to associated FE/HE programmes or employment in the sector.
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