When: Mar 16-19, 2017 (Thursday, 2pm to Sunday, 1pm)
Where: Tatamagouche Centre, Tatamagouche
This program is suited to anyone who is interested in high-level training in youth engagement and program planning to enhance their abilities as youth workers, mentors, social workers, employment counsellors, teachers, volunteers or recreation staff.
“It helped me work through the process of putting together programming for youth and think of new and exciting ways to engage youth in our programs and bring in the element of the community in which they live.” – 2013 participant
Leading Innovative and Engaging Youth Programs is a flagship HeartWood training program and is an essential experience for anyone interested in delivering engaging youth programs. Participants will experience a hands on exploration of leadership and facilitation techniques using an appreciative approach coupled with a service-learning framework.
At Leading Innovative and Engaging Youth Programs we share best practices, applied theory, techniques, and experiential activities you can use to engage youth, deepen their experiences, enhance and build on their strengths and gifts, and identify ways to more deeply connect young people to community action.
“The thing I appreciated most about this experience has been the comfortable, safe, sharing and caring environment that allowed participants to contribute in ways that felt comfortable doing so, while challenging them to step outside of the comfort zone once in a while – concrete skills and strategies to apply to our work with youth” – 2015 participant
Program Fee: $500 including meals and multiple occupancy accommodation
Program Fee including meals but no lodging $375
We have a small bursary fund to support the participation of those who may face financial barriers to attend this training. We can cover full and partial fees for a small number of participants – please contact email@example.com for more information.
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Please register by March 1st!*
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This is a joint initiative of the HeartWood Centre for Community Youth Development, The Tatamagouche Centre and the Nova Scotia Department of Communities, Culture and Heritage.
**This program runs contingent on a reaching a minimum number of participants to cover program costs. Should we receive insufficient registrations, we will notify and refund participants at least one week in advance of the program start date.