Tag Archives: outcomes

Journey to Employment

Yesterday, I attended the launch of the NPC/Inspiring Impact project on the ‘Journey to Employment’ (JET) framework. Subtitled ‘A guide to understanding and measuring what matters to young people’, this is aimed at better capturing what is involved in young … Continue reading

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Measurement and social value

My experience of working with and talking to many in the sector is that reactions to the idea of measurement of the value of youth work are mainly hostile. There are many entirely understandable reasons for this, including historical factors … Continue reading

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Changing young lives through sport – the vital role of community youth clubs

This was the title of an excellent round table event in Westminster which I attended on the 20th March, looking at community sport and the role of youth clubs in delivering this, so I thought it would make sense to put … Continue reading

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A Journey of Discovery – Detached Youth Work

When asked to write a short blog about the value impact of detached youth work I thought it would be interesting to explore value. Value could be seen as just financial but for the content of this blog I will … Continue reading

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That word curriculum…

Been doing a bit of work preparing some training.  Revisiting some theories and application of curriculum based/outcomes focused work with young people.  I realise the word curriculum is anathema to many practitioners.  To formal perhaps?  To restrictive?  I happen to … Continue reading

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