MYAN Training – implementing the National Youth Settlement Framework

Thursday 21st November
9:30am to 4:30pm

Friday 22nd November
9:30am to 1:30pm

Newcastle University
City Campus (NewSpace)
Room 602

MYAN NSW is offering a practical 1.5 day training on working with young people from multicultural backgrounds, with a focus on understanding and implementing the National Youth Settlement Framework (NYSF).
The NYSF is a practical resource, that provides evidence-based guidance for supporting and measuring good practice on settlement outcomes, involving all areas of young people’s engagement with services to support their settlement in Australia.

The NYSF sets out the eight good practice capabilities that should inform a youth-focused approach in the provision of settlement services, including those funded under the Department of Social Services – Settlement Engagement and Transition Support (SETS) program.

This is a valuable professional development and networking opportunity for workers from a variety of sectors including youth, settlement and government.

Cost:

$200 Government agencies
$150 Non-Government Organisations
$100 Students (with valid Student ID)
FREE Community leader or unwaged volunteer

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