EA Launches Professional Youth Work Training Programmes
The Education Authority (EA), working in partnership with the University of Ulster, has created a Pathway to Professional Youth Work Scheme, which aims to attract fresh, new talent to the youth and community work sector.
The Pathways Scheme offers a tremendous opportunity for people from a range of different backgrounds to develop a career in youth work, or even change career path, without accumulating student debt.
The scheme will provide 21 successful candidates the opportunity to combine studying for a professional, accredited Honours Degree or Postgraduate Qualification in Youth Work, whilst employed as a trainee youth support worker for EA in one of our youth projects. Upon completion of the programme these post will be upgrade to the professional pay scale.
Anticipated dates for the selection process are as follows:
|Closing Date||18 October 2019|
|Shortlisting||Week commencing 21 October 2019|
|Selection Panel Interview and Presentation||Week commencing 4 November 2019|
These timings are indicative, however, you will be given as much notice as possible of any changes.
Please note that it may not be possible to reorganise any stage of the selection process because of unavailability of applicants.