Here is a map which details the
functions expected of all employees and
volunteers working with children and
young people ...
SUMMARY FUNCTIONAL MAP OF YOUTH WORK
National occupational standards
B
A
C
D
E
Facilitate the
personal, social
and educati...
EXPECTATIONS
Function A
WORK WITH YOUNG PEOPLE &
OTHERS
A
• A1 Build relationships and engage
with young people
• A2 Engag...
EXPECTATIONS
Function B
FACILITATE THE PERSONAL SOCIAL AND
EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF YOUNG
PEOPLE
B
• B1 Facilitate learn...
EXPECTATIONS
Function C
PROMOTE INCLUSION,
EQUITY AND YOUNG
PEOPLE’S INTERESTS
AND WELFARE
C
• C1 Engage in critical dialo...
EXPECTATIONS
Function D
DEVELOP YOUTH
WORK STRATEGY AND
PRACTICE
D
• D1 Establish and prioritise
requirements for youth wo...
EXPECTATIONS
Function E
DEVELOP, LEAD AND MANAGE
SELF AND OTHERS
E
• E1 Manage yourself
• E2 Lead and manage others
• E3 D...
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National occupational standards functional map for gbs

National Occupational Standards for Youth Work - with examples for Girls' Brigade Scotland
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
Published in: Education      
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  • 1. Here is a map which details the functions expected of all employees and volunteers working with children and young people in a youth work setting. This guides us in GBS to fulfil these functions to the best of our ability The National Occupational Standards of Youth Work Functional Map © 2015 The Girls' Brigade in Scotland All rights reserved | Company Reg. No. 332331 | Registered Charity No. SC010980 Functional Map presentation created by © Catch the Light Ltd
  • 2. SUMMARY FUNCTIONAL MAP OF YOUTH WORK National occupational standards B A C D E Facilitate the personal, social and educational development of young people Work with young people and others. Develop, lead and manage self and others. Develop youth work strategy and practice Promote inclusion, equity and young people’s interests and wellbeing Participation Equity & Empowerment Partnership Personal, social & political development In the middle are the values which underpin practice Functions A, B & C are about working with young people Functions D & E are about ongoing learning & development of your self, of others, of GBS and wider practice.
  • 3. EXPECTATIONS Function A WORK WITH YOUNG PEOPLE & OTHERS A • A1 Build relationships and engage with young people • A2 Engage with the local community • A3 Build working relationships and networks B A C D E GBS Example: • A1 The #Grow GB campaign • A2 Volunteering with local groups as part of ‘service’ • A3 Joint DofE expeditions with other local oranisations
  • 4. EXPECTATIONS Function B FACILITATE THE PERSONAL SOCIAL AND EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF YOUNG PEOPLE B • B1 Facilitate learning and development of young people through youth work • B2 Plan and implement learning activities in youth work • B3 Promote young people’s self awareness, confidence and participation • B4 Promote access to information and support B A C D E GBS Example: • B1 & 2 Creating opportunities for young people to gain interesting and relevant experience where they learn new knowledge & skills • B3 & 4 Pay attention to social and emotional needs and give access to support where it is needed
  • 5. EXPECTATIONS Function C PROMOTE INCLUSION, EQUITY AND YOUNG PEOPLE’S INTERESTS AND WELFARE C • C1 Engage in critical dialogue and work with young people in promoting their rights • C2 Safeguard the health and welfare of young people • C3 Promote inclusion, equity and the valuing of diversity • C4 Fulfil regulatory and organisational requirements B A C D E GBS Example: • C1 Ask questions to encourage members to reflect on what they have learned, how they feel and what they believe in. • C2,3 &4 Make sure everyone is included, is valued and is safe.
  • 6. EXPECTATIONS Function D DEVELOP YOUTH WORK STRATEGY AND PRACTICE D • D1 Establish and prioritise requirements for youth work • D2 Plan and implement youth work strategy • D3 Monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of youth work strategy and plans B A C D E GBS Example: • D1 Plan your work well and be clear about what you are trying to achieve leaving space for members to take responsibility. • D2 & 3 Monitor and evaluate progress so that members know the benefits of taking part and so that GBS becomes more effective.
  • 7. EXPECTATIONS Function E DEVELOP, LEAD AND MANAGE SELF AND OTHERS E • E1 Manage yourself • E2 Lead and manage others • E3 Develop colleagues • E4 Maintain health and safety in the workplace B A C D E GBS Example: • E1 Reflect on what you are doing, why you are doing it and how you will know if you’ve achieved it. • E2 Support & encourage colleagues and embrace new training opportunities • E3 Nurture new leaders in GBS • E4 Adhere to GBS policy & practice