Help the young to help themselves

Chandiramani, Ravi
August 2009
Children & Young People Now (Haymarket Business Publications Ltd;8/27/2009, p15
In this article the author discusses the benefits of the Youth Works scheme from London Youth, which backed by the Future Jobs Fund projects in Great Britain. It is an eye-catching and innovative programme that enables the young apprentices to get a Level 1 foundation qualification in youth work. The scheme also equips them with skills that boost confidence, self-esteem and personal development.


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