Supporting Youth Work Workforce Development

Youth workers support young people and their families and whānau by helping them develop quality relationships, build healthy connections, and provide them with guidance regarding education, training and employment.

With 730 new youth workers needed by 2020, the youth work sector can provide a fulfilling career pathway, and an opportunity to support positive youth development.

We offer a range of qualifications to support the youth work sector’s move towards professionalisation.

I have always wanted to make a
difference in young people’s lives,
especially at the young age from
11 to 18 years old. They often
come from fractured homes and
without role models to guide them.

Philip Nuu | Youth & Cultural Development Senior Youth Worker

Contact us to see if
can help you with
training in Youth Work