What Does SNYAB Offer?
Young people (aged 13+) who feed directly into the YAB processes, including discussing priorities, supporting youth workers, inspecting youth provision for quality and making decisions about spending money. These young people meet together on a regular basis.
Regular residential experiences are held for young people aged 13 – 15 who need to make focus on their own Wellbeing. Follow up support is then offered to ensure that the positive focus lasts. Young people are supported to understand and commit to the time away from home.
Regular courses on offer include First Aid, Youth Mental Health First Aid, Food Hygiene Certificates and Work Skill courses.
Free holiday and leisure time provision to develop skills, confidence and self-esteem, including days at Appleseed Care Farm and Clinks Farm, Activity days. YAB Youth Club enables young people to have fun and develop social skills. Wellbeing Sessions support young people to take some time out for themselves.
SNYAB holds a lot of information that is useful to others including:
· Details of provision and facilities for young people in the area.
· Needs Analysis detailing consultation with young people, families and communities.
Young Commissioners produce a newsletter for young people, and support Youth Workers on stands at community events
Support for schools and colleges
The SNYAB School Offer includes:
· An annual Inter-school conference to share good practice.
· Lunchtime information stands for young people, along with maintaining information notice boards in the schools.
· A four-week Health & Wellbeing programme that can be delivered after school.
· Event support, such as Careers Fairs, and Parents Evenings.
· School Council visits and consultation
Support for people working with young people
· Resources and training
· Joint working opportunities
· Working with communities to engage young people
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