Approaches For Empowering & Engaging Young People Training


Mental Health


In-House & Online


1 Day



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KIP Education CIC offers this one-day training course on creative approaches for engaging and empowering young people in social change.

This course is experiential in nature, and offers knowledge, skills, and self-reflection practices for delegates. Using a series of case examples, delegates will draw on 25 years of experience in creative approaches to youth work. 


This course is to provide practitioners with the practical skills and effective techniques that will help them to raise self-awareness, increases assertiveness in both staff and young people, build motivation and self-esteem, break free from unhelpful behavioural patterns and encourage young people to take responsibility for their actions and choices.


Using impressive and practical techniques that elicit change, empower and build resilience in young people. Delegates will gain techniques in building confidence, self-awareness and motivation. 


Develop understanding on how habits are formed and how they can be broken. Delegates will learn specialist techniques on how to encourage a proactive attitude and eliminate blame. 


Understanding the power of thoughts, conflict resolution skills, reflective listening and effective communication skills.

Course Content

This course is to provide practitioners with practical skills that will help them to raise self-awareness, build motivation and self-esteem, break free from unhelpful behavioural patterns and encourage young people to take responsibility for their actions and choices. 


You will take away concrete ideas and plans for engaging children and young people you work with in a meaningful way. 


The most successful aspects from a range of approaches are to be integrated to provide insights of immediate practical use.


This course is a must for any professional working with vulnerable young people. It will assist practitioners introduce proactive interventions to support ‘at risk’ young people in tackling this social issue.



Practitioners working with young people in groups or 1-1 settings, e.g. School staff, Youth workers, Residential care workers

• Class teacher
• Learning Mentor
• Pastoral Lead
• Teaching Assistant
• Family support Worker
• Headteacher
• Assistant Head
• Social Worker
• Nurse
• Support Worker
• Youth Worker
• Parents & Carers

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