Second Offering Available
from June 7 - July 18 2021
Engaging Pacific Youth in Their Communities
Discover how to engage and motivate and support young people within their communities.
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2 - 4 Hours / Week
7 June 2021
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Learn How to Spark and Support
Engaging Pacific Youth in Their Communities is the first module of a series of courses on Professionalising Youth Work in the Pacific. This module is essential learning for those who wish to support youth in taking meaningful action in their communities. This module includes aspects of motivating young people, encouraging youth to become advocates, and supporting the development of action plans for change.
This module is structured on a relatable scenario and centres on a project to be completed through five module topics. Throughout the module, learners will have access to videos, texts, discussions with peers and the facilitator, and periodic live chat sessions.
- Topic 1: How to engage with Pacific Youth in their Communities
- Topic 2: Basic Planning & Scoping Skills
- Topic 3: Active Communication, Advocacy and Mobilisation
- Topic 4: Fundraising and Volunteerism
- Topic 5: Measuring success & Report Writing
- Topic 6: Module Review
- Define advocacy and its applications;
- Recognise the impact of advocacy on local communities;
- Describe ways to motivate youth through advocacy efforts;
- Outline different types of effective fundraising techniques;
- Measure the success of advocacy campaigns; and
- Communicate results of advocacy planning.
This course is for
The course is aimed at anyone working with youths and young people. It is also suited to young people within the community looking to improve their youth advocacy skills.
Meet your Facilitator
Mr Broderick Mervyn represents Ignite4Change, a community-based organisation focused on empowering, engaging and enlighterning youths in the pacific region. Broderick is a Pacific youth and community practitioner with over 10 years of experience in the field of youth and community engagement and development in Fiji and the Pacific.
Professionalising Youth Work in the Pacific
Professionalising Youth Work in the Pacific is a six-part module series designed for learners who work or plan to work with youth. The module topics were originally developed by a group of thirty youth work experts from seven Pacific Island nations. These modules will provide the learner with a broad-based set of skills and knowledge for youth work.
Module 1 - Engaging Youth in Their Communities
Module 2 - Youth and the Climate Crisis
Module 3 - Youth, Rights, Civic Engagement and Political Participation
Module 4 - Health & Well-being: Issues for Youth
Module 5 - Youth Entrepreneurship
Module 6 - Good Governance in Youth Organisations