National Youth Work Week 2018
National Youth Work Week takes place from 5th - 9th November 2018
Youth Work Week 2018 – Sex, Drugs and Youth Work
Building on from the success of last year’s national Youth Work Week, we are once again running Lunch and Learn sessions and this year…. there’s a twist!
The theme of Youth Work Week 2018 is ‘What is Youth Work’ and the best way to understand youth work is to take part! Between 5th to 9th November, we are offering you 5 opportunities to experience what youth work is like from a young person’s point of view.
We are hosting 5 Lunch and Learn session across the week which cover the 5 main topics of youth work that WBC Youth Service delivers. You will have the chance to take part in a sexual health, drug & alcohol, anti-social behaviour, LGBTQ and mental health session alongside other professionals. The sessions are designed to allow you to experience the unique way in which WBC Youth Service works with young people, exploring the positive impact this work can generate for young people.
- Monday - Sexual Health in the NTH Conference Room
- Tuesday - Drugs & Alcohol in the Youth Cafe
- Wednesday - Anti Social Behaviour in the Youth Cafe
- Thursday - LGBTQ in the Youth Cafe
- Friday - Mental Health in the Youth Cafe
All sessions are drop ins over lunch time 12 noon - 1.00pm - rememeber to take your lunch.
To book onto one of the exciting sessions please see the attached flyers and email firstname.lastname@example.org to secure your place. Last year was fully booked so please book early to avoid disappointment.
Who to contact
- 01925 442440
- Parent organisation
- Warrington Borough Council - Youth Support Service