Training and learning

This section contains a range of resources related to youth justice from different organisations. Those toolkits, training packs etc. are all free either through third sector organisations, governmental or arms-length bodies or via the YJB.

There will be many other training opportunities that are available and you should access through your team.

The Youth Justice Legal Centre works to support Youth Offending Teams to increase their knowledge and confidence around various legal processes from Stop and Search to Custody. Their training is suitable for practitioners working with Out of Court Disposals, working at Court or working with young people on statutory Orders, and can be tailored to issues of interest. If you…
The Alcohol and Drug Education and Prevention Information Service (ADEPIS) was developed by the prevention charity Mentor UK as a platform for sharing information and resources aimed at schools and practitioners working in drug and alcohol prevention. There is evidence-based information and tools for alcohol and drug education and prevention for schools.
Summary: The training is aimed at supporting staff with developing an understanding of what communication difficulties are and the possible impact on the individual and on the work with them.     The Royal College of Speech and Language Therapy has created e-learning training aimed at those working in the criminal justice system, The Box.   The training further aims…
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