The National Youth Agency (NYA) is delighted to present the National Curriculum for Youth Work

The new National Youth Work Curriculum will enable a greater understanding of youth work practice, provide an educational framework and act as a reference tool to be used by decision makers, policy makers, commissioners, youth workers and young people. 

NYA would like to thank everyone involved in developing the new Youth Work Curriculum, alongside the Department for Culture, Media and Sport for supporting the development of the curriculum. 

To download the National Youth Work Curriculum, simply click the cover below or Explore the interactive digital version below:

National Youth Work Curriculum

Its purpose is to enable a greater understanding of youth work practice, provide an educational framework and act as a reference tool to be used by decision makers, policy makers, commissioners, youth workers and young people.

For further information and to address common questions about the Curriculum, The working panel held an hour long webinar session, you can watch the recording back here:

Quality

Quality Mark

Hear by Right

COVID-19 Readiness Level

Readiness Level

Y

What does this mean?

** From 2nd December 2021 we can confirm that the youth sector moves to YELLOW in the readiness framework**

**From 20th January 2022, face coverings are no longer compulsory in the youth sector for any ages, in any setting. Masks can, of course, still be worn by choice and all practice should remain Covid secure.**

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