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TAG Seminar Newport: Young People, Resilience and Well-being – Programme and Speakers

Author: USW 2018
One in a series of seven UK-wide policy and practice seminars in 2018 organised by TAG, the Professional Association of Lecturers in Youth and Community Work. This seminar, held in USW Newport, focussed on the topic of resilience and well-being with inputs from Steve Smith, Jo Sims, Dusty Kennedy, Samantha Howells and Laura Tranter.

This document includes the programme, pen picture of speakers and delegate list.

TAG Seminar Newport: Young People, Resilience and Well-being – Samantha Howells

Author: USW, Samantha Howells 2018
One in a series of seven UK-wide policy and practice seminars in 2018 organised by TAG, the Professional Association of Lecturers in Youth and Community Work. This seminar, held in USW Newport, focussed on the topic of resilience and well-being with inputs from Steve Smith, Jo Sims, Dusty Kennedy, Samantha Howells and Laura Tranter.

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TAG Seminar Newport: Young People, Resilience and Well-being – Dusty Kennedy

Author: USW, Dusty Kennedy 2018
One in a series of seven UK-wide policy and practice seminars in 2018 organised by TAG, the Professional Association of Lecturers in Youth and Community Work. This seminar, held in USW Newport, focussed on the topic of resilience and well-being with inputs from Steve Smith, Jo Sims, Dusty Kennedy, Samantha Howells and Laura Tranter.

View programme, pen picture of speakers and delegate list

TAG Seminar Newport: Young People, Resilience and Well-being – Jo Sims

Author: USW, Jo Sims 2018
One in a series of seven UK-wide policy and practice seminars in 2018 organised by TAG, the Professional Association of Lecturers in Youth and Community Work. This seminar, held in USW Newport, focussed on the topic of resilience and well-being with inputs from Steve Smith, Jo Sims, Dusty Kennedy, Samantha Howells and Laura Tranter.

View programme, pen picture of speakers and delegate list

TAG Seminar Newport: Young People, Resilience and Well-being – Steve Smith

Author: USW, Steve Smith 2018
One in a series of seven UK-wide policy and practice seminars in 2018 organised by TAG, the Professional Association of Lecturers in Youth and Community Work. This seminar, held in USW Newport, focussed on the topic of resilience and well-being with inputs from Steve Smith, Jo Sims, Dusty Kennedy, Samantha Howells and Laura Tranter.

View programme, pen picture of speakers and delegate list

TAG Seminar Carmarthen: Young People, Resilience and Well-being – John Rose

Author: UWTSD, John Rose 2018
One in a series of seven UK-wide policy and practice seminars in 2018 organised by TAG, the Professional Association of Lecturers in Youth and Community Work. This seminar, held in UWTSD Carmarthen, focussed on the topic of resilience and well-being with inputs from Nick Hudd, John Rose and Darrel Williams.



 

TAG Seminar Carmarthen: Young People, Resilience and Well-being – Darrel Williams

Author: Darrel Williams, UWTSD 2018
One in a series of seven UK-wide policy and practice seminars in 2018 organised by TAG, the Professional Association of Lecturers in Youth and Community Work. This seminar, held in UWTSD Carmarthen, focussed on the topic of resilience and well-being with inputs from Nick Hudd, John Rose and Darrel Williams.



 

TAG Seminar Carmarthen: Young People, Resilience and Well-being – Nick Hudd

Author: Nick Hudd, UWTSD 2018
One in a series of seven UK-wide policy and practice seminars in 2018 organised by TAG, the Professional Association of Lecturers in Youth and Community Work. This seminar, held in UWTSD Carmarthen, focussed on the topic of resilience and well-being with inputs from Nick Hudd, John Rose and Darrel Williams.

Using reflective practice models to evaluate own performance

Author: Kevin Roberts, Glyndwr University 2018


MA student assignment for the module Mastering Professional Learning.

"Using a reflective model of practice critically evaluate your own performance within your professional setting. This should include a critical evaluation of your practice together with learning opportunities and assessment you have provided."

Can we really track and measure the journey undertaken by young people?

Author: Alun Davies, STYLE Training 2015

Short paper to open up a wider debate on the process required to measure the journey taken by the young people, in particular those involved with the different youth work sectors. Considers whether there would be a means by which these tasks and activities could be categorised by using a non-formal Learning Framework. To assist this, a visual interpretation of the structure and principles of the Learning Framework have been developed into a 'Learning Tower'.