Working together to develop Trafford's Youth Sector
We believe that children and young people should be involved in the design, delivery and review of the services they receive. To achieve this we work with youth sector partners to broker effective engagement with children and young people to inform our policy and practice.
Join Beat Bazaar on the "Here to Stay" EU Project funded by Erasmus Plus
Beat Bazaar Projects is ready to host the second Erasmus+ training programmes taking place in Manchester across 2018.
February saw the launch of International Bridge Builders, the first Erasmus+ course focusing on European youth work training.
“Here to Stay” is a long-term training course, welcoming 40 youth workers from 10 different countries to Manchester.
Migration is the main topic of the course, with participants developing awareness of immigration issues, the refugee crisis, discrimination faced by young people and youth unemployment.
The project is funded by the European Commission through Erasmus+, the European Union’s programme for education, training, youth and sport.
It has three phases:
➢Phase I: 1st training course in Manchester, United Kingdom between 20-29 April 2018
➢Phase II: Practice period May – October 2018 with the activities will be made by participantson support the integration of young migrants and refugees through youth work activities inlocal level.
➢Phase III: 2nd training course in Sfantu Gheorghe, Romania between 10-17 November2018.
Apply to secure your place today by completing the attached application form
We help organisations facilitate the engagement of children and young people in policy discussions to improve how they listen to and respond to the needs of local young people.
We help raise awareness of services for children and young people so they know where and how they can get involved in local opportunities that will help them reach their potential.
We involve young people in the assessment and review of youth services ensuring they influence the local services they and their peers access.
Sign-up to collaborate
Sign-up here to access Trafford Youth Trust's online collaboration hub.
This is a great place to help you share, learn and collaborate with other youth sector partners working in Trafford.
Become a collaboration participant or sector development facilitator
Trafford Youth Trust is committed to engaging with youth sector partners to improve the access to and quality of local services for children and young people. We do this by
- organising collaboration and networking events
- investing in training and support to develop the sector
- investing in services for children and young people
- launching a dedicated knowledge hub for Trafford's youth sector to increase knowledge sharing and collaboration
- launching commitment pledges created by children and young people for the youth sector to set minimum standards for the services they receive