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These qualifications are available for delivery in Wales and may be eligible for funding.
Total qualification time
Operation start date
1 April 2020
The SEGAwards ABC Level 2 Certificate in Youth Work Practice (Wales)has been developed withindustry experts including the National Youth Agency, ETS England and Wales. This qualification embraces the National Occupational Standards for youth work and is JNC recognisedwith endorsement by ETS England and Wales. It supports the skills and knowledge learners need to become a competent Assistant Youth Support Worker. Learners will complete this qualification with a concrete understanding and practical experience of the following:
The key purpose and role of youth work including the skills, knowledge, qualities and values required to practice
Safeguarding in a youth work setting, including how to protect young people when using contemporary technologies
Young peoples development and how youth work can support young people during adolescence
Working with challenging behaviour
Work based Practice, Reflective Practice
Optional units include:Key Principles and Values for Working with Young People who Misuse Substances, Supporting Young People with Disabilities and/or Diverse Learning Needs within a Youth Work Setting, Supporting Young People’s Recreation and Leisure Within a Youth Work Setting, Anti-discriminatory Practice in Youth Work, Exploring Values, Beliefs and Spiritual Development within a Youth Work Setting,Youth Work in Digital Spaces and Places , Trauma informed approaches to Youth Work andSocial Action.Loneliness and Isolation for Young People.
There is a requirement that across the programme learners will undertake 40 hours of work experience in a youth work environment (paid or unpaid) throughout their learning journey. Learners must have access to a real work environment for most of the units.
Adaption to Delivery/Assessments under the Extended Extraordinary Regulatory Framework (‘EERF’):
Centres may apply for adaptions on a case by case basis, by completing a variation to assessment request form. All assessment criteria must be completed in full. Special Considerations cannot be used on a whole-cohort basis in lieu of adaptions.
Previously approved adaptions in this sector include:
Retrospective testimonies provided by line managers, in lieu of direct observation by tutor (where Youth Clubs were closed and hence no observation could take place).
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