As the national body for youth work in England, NYA sets standards for youth services’ quality and sufficiency. Our new guidance supports local authorities in their statutory duty to secure local services. This includes the meaningful engagement of young people to ensure access to quality youth services at a neighbourhood level, whether they are directly … Continued

Read more

Each year, Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) offering a validated youth work qualification are required to complete an Annual Monitoring survey as a part of their validation process. This data forms an annual report which supports NYA and the wider sector in developing professional training.  Since the last report youth work has seen a rise in profile. 2019 saw the publication of a national inquiry into youth … Continued

Read more

As part of Black History Month 2020, we are looking to support the efforts by EqualEquity to reframe the campaign as Black Future Month. As part of this we are partnering with them to deliver a series of fee webinars, you can sign up to these by clicking the images below: 20th October – The … Continued

Read more

National Youth Agency are pleased to receive almost £300,000 in support from The National Lottery Community Fund to run the Routes to Success project The National Lottery Community Fund’s COVID-19 emergency funding has awarded the Routes to Success project almost £300,000 to spend over the next six months to support the delivery of activities designed … Continued

Read more

COVID-19 Readiness Level

Readiness Level

G

What does this mean?

** From 6th September 2021 we can confirm that the youth sector moves to GREEN in the readiness framework**

(Version 8)