Training menu for young people
First Aid Awareness
How would you stop a young person from choking, how might you deal with blood loss, would you know what actions to take when a young person was in shock? These are some of the areas that will be addressed in this concise emergency life support workshop. This practical course provides an introduction to basic first aid with an emphasis on life saving skills.
14 to 16
An internet Safety workshop for Young People is currently being devised. For full information please contact the Youth 1st team.
14 to 16
Games & Fun Nights/Arts & Crafts Workshops
The team from Youth 1st will visit youth groups/clubs during their club programme and deliver tailor-made activities for 10 to 14 year olds.
Our qualified youth work team can deliver games sessions, fun activities and arts and crafts workshops for young people, whilst discussing programming ideas with youth workers and volunteers.
10 to 14
Go Lead (formerly Day Certificate in Sports Leadership) provides an ideal starting point for people from 16 years who have very little or no sports leadership knowledge. This training aims to provide a 7 hour training package and resource that will enable candidates to develop generic leadership skills and hopefully increase their confidence so they may assist with the delivery of simple sports activities for young people.
This programme is a practical course in which participants must demonstrate knowledge and understanding through physical competence rather than written work.
On completion participants will receive a Day Certificate in Sports Leadership awarded by Sports Leaders UK.
Young Leader Award
The Young Leader Award is a programme of leadership training for young people between the ages of 10 and 14 that supports them working with younger children, teaching leadership skills through a whole range of games and activities.
The award responds to the individual needs of each organisation and its young leaders through a flexible, differentiated programme. It focuses on specific skills such as instruction giving, organisation of people and equipment and the use of space. Rather than breaking leadership down into its constituent parts, the Award teaches these topics through a practical, activity based, holistic approach. In this way Young Leaders ‘learn by doing’ and by the end of the course will not only have the confidence and ability to lead others, but also have knowledge and experience of an extensive range of games and activities.
Benefits of the Young Leader Award:
Encourages young people to take responsibility and develop leadership skills
Develops skills such as organisation, communication, confidence and self-esteem alongside planning and self-review
Supports the work of adults within the organisation
Provides the opportunity for older children to work with younger children thus promoting integration and social inclusion
Reduces problems associated with bullying and inappropriate behaviour
Encourages co-operation and helps develop moral and social skills.
On completion participants will receive a Young Leader Award awarded by Sports Leaders UK.
10 to 14
This ‘spin-off’ from the Driving4Success programme gives young people the opportunity to take part in a Basic Mechanics workshop. Based at Paul’s Garage in Methil, this session will focus on Tyre Changing, Water/Oil, MOT and basic engine maintenance. This session can be tailored around Bikes or Cars.
14 to 18