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Youth Achievement Awards Advanced Training - 18 January

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This training is aimed at staff that have direct experience of supporting young people with their Youth Achievement Awards.

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It is also recommended for staff who also line manage or support YAA Award Group Workers and/or quality assure Youth Achievement Awards.

You must have completed Awards Introductory Training to attend this course.

There are two training sessions available - one which covers in great detail the requirements at the Bronze and Silver level including evidencing and verification (10.00-12.00), and one which covers the requirements for the highest levels of the YAA, Gold and Platinum (13.00-13.00).

You can attend either training for £30, or both trainings for a discounted price of £50.

For more information please contact Anna at awards@youthscotland.org.uk

Youth Scotland must be notified by email at least two working days in advance of a cancellation, otherwise the full fee will need to be paid.

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Youth Scotland is the national charity for supporting and delivering youth work in the community. We believe in changing lives through youth work.

We are the largest national youth work organisation in Scotland, supporting more than 65,000 young people, over 1,400 youth groups and over 8,000 youth workers including 5,000 volunteers. Youth Scotland has been around since the early 20th century and has a diverse membership network – from small rural youth groups to large urban projects. The common goal that we all share is better outcomes for young people.

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