We are pleased to announce that Eamonn Mohans has been appointed to the post of Service Manager for the Youth Work Team and Youth Offending Team. We very much look forward to working with him and maybe inviting him out to join our groups to “get back to the floor”. Watch out for the posts! […]
If you want to make a difference to a young person’s life and have some time to spare then this role is for you. We anticipate that the role could be undertaken around any other work commitments you might have. It can be done on an evening and / or weekends. We expect the commitment […]
WAKEFIELD APPRENTICESHIPS ARE NOW AVAILABLE Wakefield Council apprenticeships are a great opportunity and create a fantastic start to your career. Go on our website http://www.wakefield.gov.uk/jobs-and-learning/jobs-and-careers/apprenticeships-at-wakefield-council and listen to what our apprentices think. There is an excellent variety of apprenticeships currently on offer and more may still become available during December: Administration (Level 2 or 3) […]
Expressions of interest are invited from organisations / individuals who work with young people in the Wakefield District – check out our terms and equipment list HERE.
Wakefield Youth Work Team with partners WDH, Early Help Hubs and Youth Offending Team were proud to present 28 young people with certificates for completing the Branching Out Programme this summer. All young people gained a John Muir Award for the work they undertook as part of the programme. Why not have a look […]
Youth Work Apprentices This week we celebrate that 1 year ago Harley, Matty and Sam joined the Youth Work Team to embark on their apprenticeship. Wakefield is the first authority to have employed Youth Work apprentices. They are on a 2 year placement and whilst they are doing this they are completing a NVQ Level 2 […]
Kayleigh Haywood began speaking to Luke Harlow, a man she had never met, on 31 October 2015. With the support of Kayleigh’s family, Leicestershire Police has made a film about aspects of the last two weeks of her life. Kayleigh’s Love Story is as a warning to young people, both girls and boys, about the […]
Well done to the Branching Out Team for having their hard work recognised at the Pride Award nominations today. Massive congratulations also to the Youth Offending Team’s Restorative Justice Team for coming 1st out of 16 nominations and been invited to the Pride Awards event in November. A good day for Youth Services.
Let’s ensure thousands of young people have their say. Make Your Mark gives a unique opportunity to reach out to young people who go on to be opinion formers and leaders of the future. Last year a total of 978,216 young people from every corner of the country took part in the annual Make Your […]