NYA guidance offers blueprint to revitalise youth work services

Derren Hayes
Tuesday, October 27, 2020

National Youth Agency sets out what sufficient, high-quality youth services should look like, with emphasis on securing open-access provision, making greater use of digital support and investing more in the workforce.

Guidance aims to provide “clarity and consistency” for the understanding of councils’ duty to secure and support access to youth services. Picture: highwaystarz/Adobe Stock
Guidance aims to provide “clarity and consistency” for the understanding of councils’ duty to secure and support access to youth services. Picture: highwaystarz/Adobe Stock

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