2 edition of K201 Working with young people. found in the catalog.
K201 Working with young people.
|Statement||prepared for the Course Team by Wendy Stainton Rogers and Stanley Tucker.|
|Contributions||Rogers, Wendy Stainton., Tucker, Stanley., Open University. K201 Course Team., Open University. School of Health and Social Welfare.|
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Working with Young People is designed to help you develop the knowledge and skills you need for supporting young people as they learn about themselves, others and society and prepare for the transition to adulthood. It introduces the fundamental concepts and issues that lie at the heart of contemporary work with young people and challenges you to think deeply about.
Written in a lively and engaging manner, this accessible text will be invaluable reading for students taking courses in youth and social work, social policy, youth and criminal justice and the sociology of youth. Youth in Society is a set book for the Open University courses K, Working With Young People and K, Social Work with Young People.
Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Youth in Society: Contemporary Theory, Policy and Practice (Published in association with The Open University).Cited by: 'The book is a useful student text that offers a wide range of well informed perspectives on the position of young people in society today.
It has built on its successful first edition and should provide a useful springboard to further study'. For K lab, the only required book is this K e-book.
However, you will at times find it necessary and extremely beneficial to use additional online resources such as the IU Knowledge Base, Microsoft Office Support, and video tutorials on YouTube, among others.
Each chapter in this e-book comprises three distinct sections: Research Brand: Indiana University Press. The book is a core text for all those studying for foundation degrees and NVQ2 or 3 in youth work and youth studies, as well as being relevant across the undergraduate fields of social care and is also an invaluable resource for experienced professionals and practice supervisors working with young people in statutory or voluntary /5(10).
Youth in Society is a set book for the Open University courses K, Working With Young People and K, Social Work with Young People. show more Product details/5(9). 'The book is a useful student text that offers a wide range of well informed perspectives on the position of young people in society today.
It has built on its successful first edition and should provide a useful springboard to further study' - Scolag Legal Journal 'This resource will be very helpful to all those already working with children and young people and essential for those who are /5(5).
Working with young people: The value of youth work in the EU Executive summary About this study The history of providing youth work for young people varies depending on the Member State, but youth work is not a new concept in the EU and the landscape of youth work continues to evolve.
Working with Young Children, Student Activity Guide [Herr Ed.D., Judy] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Working with Young Children, Student Activity Guide/5(26). Making a difference: working with children and young people The wellbeing of children and young people is a concern to all, but what do we mean by wellbeing.
You will explore this through studying a range of interconnected themes such as relationships, health, identity and safety, as well the broader influences of society, culture, rights and.
`a useful contribution to the development of resources for workers and students' - Youth & PolicyWorking with Young People provides a selection of writing from a complex, ambiguous and dynamic field of work.
The editors take a multidisciplinary approach to draw together key readings reflecting the variety of theoretical and practical perspectives on working with young people. Working With Young Children Chapter STUDY.
PLAY. Self-made or store bought characters from a book used to help children construct and express their understanding of stories. Variety. Preset ideas about people based on one characteristic such as sex, culture, nationality, religion, or age. Read "Working with Parents of Young People Research, Policy and Practice" by Amanda Holt available from Rakuten Kobo.
This book provides practical guidance for a wide range of professionals working with parents and families, answering com Brand: Jessica Kingsley Publishers. Youth in Society is a set book for the Open University courses K, Working With Young People and K, Social Work with Young People.
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working with young people, so more than specific training, they have learnt by doing. They have recognised that it is very important to keep up to date; being curious and open minded when working with young people. By participating in the programme, young File Size: 1MB.
All young people need care and support to learn, while some require additional help to reach their full potential. Professionals who work with young people in the health and community sector can play an important role in helping young people deal with mental health concerns and.
FM9A 34, Community Learning and Development: Working with Young People (SCQF level 7) 3 Higher National Unit specification: statement of standards Unit title: Community Learning and Development: Working with Young People Unit code: FM9A 34 The sections of the Unit stating the Outcomes, Knowledge and/or Skills, and Evidence Requirements are.
In this instance two courses, entitled ‘Working with Young People’ and ‘Working with Children and Families’, were created to meet the needs of a diverse student audience working across the Author: Stanley Tucker.
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The organisation aims to tackle violence against .'The book is a useful student text that offers a wide range of well informed perspectives on the position of young people in society today. It has built on its successful first edition and should provide a useful springboard to further study'- Scolag Legal Journal'This resource will be very helpful to all those already working with children and young people and essential for those who are.