Profession youth programme director
Youth programme directors develop and implement programmes and policies to improve and ensure youths' well-being. They facilitate communication with and between educational, recreational, counselling or other youth related institutions, organise events for youths and families, and promote social mobility and awareness.
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- Enterprising / Social
The discipline that concerns the theory and practice of education including the various instructional methods for educating individuals or groups.
- Adolescent psychological development
Understand the developments and the development needs of children and young persons, observing the behaviour and the attachment relationships in order to detect developmental delay.
- Impact of social contexts on health
The social and cultural contexts of individuals` behaviours, and the impact on their health within their social and cultural context.
- Promote social awareness
Promote the understanding of dynamics of social relationships between individuals, groups, and communities. Promote the importance of human rights, and positive social interaction, and the inclusion of social awareness in education.
- Develop a pedagogical concept
Develop a specific concept that describes the educational principles on which the organisation is based, and the values and behaviour patterns it advocates.
- Promote social change
Promote changes in relationships between individuals, families, groups, organisations and communities by taking into consideration and coping with unpredictable changes, at the micro, macro and mezzo level.
- Promote the safeguarding of young people
Understand safeguarding and what should be done in cases of actual or potential harm or abuse.
- Establish collaborative relations
Establish a connection between organisations or individuals which may benefit from communicating with one another in order to facilitate an enduring positive collaborative relationship between both parties.
- Maintain relationships with government agencies
Establish and maintain cordial working relationships with peers in different governmental agencies.
- Analyse goal progress
Analyse the steps which have been taken in order to reach the organisation's goals in order to assess the progress which has been made, the feasibility of the goals, and to ensure the goals can be met according to deadlines.
- Analyse community needs
Identify and respond to specific social problems in a community, delineating the extent of the problem and outline the level of resources required to address it and identifying the existing community assets and resources that are available to address the problem.
- Maintain relations with local representatives
Maintain good relations with representatives of the local scientific, economic and civil society.
- Liaise with local authorities
Maintain the liaison and exchange of information with regional or local authorities.