2 edition of Youth training in Scotland found in the catalog.
Youth training in Scotland
P. G. Chapman
|Statement||by P.G. Chapman and M.J. Tooze ; a study carried out for the Scottish Council, Development and Industry at the Department of Economics, University of Dundee.|
|Contributions||Tooze, Michael J., 1942-, Scottish Council (Development and Industry), University of Dundee. Department of Economics|
|LC Classifications||HD5715.5G7 C43 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 164 p. :|
|Number of Pages||164|
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All Youth Scotland Awards training is CPD accredited. Resources. Youth Scotland has Training Materials for Digital Youth Work by YouthLink Scotland was developed in the project "Digitally Agile Youth Work" with funding from Erasmus+ and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike International section has its own licensing and :// /digital-youth-work-training-materials.
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The level 2 is for 16+ age group and the level 3 is aimed at the 18+ age group. We do not hold details of where you training and youth, including performance-based funding and cost-sharing, where appropriate.
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