Yesterday the Welsh Government website published the Written Statement by the Minister for Education and Welsh Language responding to the final report of the Interim Youth Work Board.
Here you can find all the documents related to the Board’s report; https://www.cwvys.org.uk/interim-youth-work-board-final-report/
Follow this link to read the Written Statement: Update on the Interim Youth Work Board’s recommendations (20 December 2021) | GOV.WALES
Media Academy Cymru (MAC) are working with the Youth Endowment Fund on ‘Peer Action Collective’, a peer research innovation project!
Here is a message from the MAC team about an opportunity they currently have to join them;
We are currently recruiting a qualified youth worker to be the project co-ordinator for an exciting research project; Peer Action Collective (PAC). PAC is a ground-breaking network of young people, who are designing and conducting research about young people’s experiences of violence.
The post-holder will be responsible for supporting four teams of peer researchers to engage with other young people across communities to achieve project outcomes and help change the world!
PAC Project Co-ordinator
- Main Base: Cardiff
- Hours: Full time (37 hours per week)
- Salary: £26,000 per annum
- Duration: Fixed term until 31 December 2022
- Start Date: Immediate Start Available
If you are interested in applying for this post or have any questions, please email email@example.com or call us on 029 20 667 668
Applications close on 06 January 2022 (midday)
Check out our website to find out more about who we are and what we do via www.mediaacademycymru.wales
Here you can find the new brochure from CWVYS’ Business Group, which launches at today’s Christmas edition of the All Wales CWVYS Members’ Meeting; BROCHURE December 21 (ENG)
It is hoped that this will provide a quick overview for members, especially those who wish to prepare information/ideas/requests for the group.
This work will be piloted around the Cardiff and Vale area starting in January.
Lizzy Bacon, who is undertaking a piece of research mapping the Voluntary Youth Sector in Wales, will use this as a research opportunity to record the needs for member organisations and request feedback on the career interests and skills developments for young people.
The first focus will be members in the Cardiff and Vale region.
As part of this, the business group members will be approaching companies to participate in the pilot, looking to secure appropriate placements for young people.
Alongside this and as part of the businesses’ CSR agendas, they will identify staff with relevant skills to volunteer and support our members in order to strengthen, sustain and grow their services.
If you have any questions, please ask our Membership & Business Support Officer Mandi, via Amanda@cwvys.org.uk