13th October 2018, 9.30am-3pm, At Anglia Ruskin University, Bishop Hall Ln, Chelmsford CM1 1SQ
There are many factors that cause young people to disengage and have low aspirations but what exactly are they? How can we, as youth workers and volunteers in Essex work with these issues to best support our young people and help them to be the best that they can be? What could we achieve together to improve this support and be an even stronger community of youth organisations?
- The Right Revd Roger Morris, The Bishop of Colchester, Chelmsford Diocese
- Professor Iain Martin, The Vice Chancellor of Anglia Ruskin University.
Mental health, Gangs, Mentoring, Working with the whole family, Rural youth work, Essex Fire & Rescues youth work approach, Homelessness, and Working with ‘hard to reach’ young people.
If you are engaged in youth work in any way at all, then BOOK UP NOW to be a part of this brilliant day!
ECVYS members (for a discounted price of £10) https://bit.ly/2NJ5X25
Non members (£20) https://bit.ly/2NguWwu
*Ticket price includes a free yummy lunch from the University cafeteria
*The free lunch is only included if you book before the 5th October due to catering reasons.
Parking is available on site and the university parking barriers will be open. If you have any questions about this, or any other details about the day then email firstname.lastname@example.org
Our 2018 ECVYS conference is on Saturday the 13th October and we are very excited to have Iain Martin, the Vice Chancellor of Anglia Ruskin University with us!
The conference this year will be thinking about how we, as voluntary sector organisations, can raise our young peoples aspirations in Essex.
Booking info will be coming out soon so watch this space.
The closing date for the next round of the training grant is Friday 07 September 2018. Please email your application and costings to email@example.com or post them to the office.
We managed to train nearly 150 people in GDPR compliance on the 17th April at Skreens Park, Essex. We ran three sessions and had an amazing trainer who really knew his stuff and was very down to earth. The feedback is great and everyone was able to take a memory stick back to their organisations to help them implement their learning.