Recommendations 1&2: presenting them, giving examples and creating working scenarios

Assignment for this session

Following the link you can access the Recommendation, scroll for the two of the seven recommendations we are covering today.

Useful resources on the topic of education and training of youth workers:

Mapping the educational and career paths of youth workers – EU – CoE Youth Partnership

Council of Europe Youth work Portfolio – will be covered in an upcoming session

If you have other resources, please feel free to share them with the others in the comments.

The task for this session

You can contact us at mooc@ecyc.org

Can’t wait to read your stories of becoming a youth worker! Share them in the comments

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  1. Hi everyone!

    I became a youth worker sort of by accident! My background is in campaigning and advocacy work, so I applied to work with UK Youth in a policy role. In the role, I complete policy consultations and campaigning work with young people – but due to the nature of young people from youth clubs and organisations facing multiple barriers, a high degree of youth work in also included in the job. I love supporting young people to aim high and achieve things they never thought they could do!

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