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Youth Worker Apprentice

  • Fuse Youth Project
  • Edgware, Greater London
  • £192.00 per week

A youth club worker will be expected to guide and support young people in their personal and social development. Encouraging them to develop skills at the youth club that can help them in society. Skills which they can retain for a lifetime. While working for FUSE you will be working with children and young people aged 8 - 16 years and over across all sites which may include some outreach and offsite trips.

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  • GMFJ Reference
  • Wages
    £192.00 p/w
  • Hours
    30.00 per week
  • Date Posted
  • Start Date
  • Approx. Duration
    12 months

  • Location
  • Status
    Now Taking Applications
  • Sector
  • Opportunity Type
    Intermediate Level 2
  • Employer
    Fuse Youth Project


At The Fuse Project you will work towards your L2 Community Activator Coach Qualification over the course of 12-18 Months.


● Assess and address the needs of young people, planning and delivering programs on health, fitness, substance abuse, violence, relationships, and bullying.

● Organise and facilitate various activities including arts based, community/environmental projects, outdoor education, and sports.

● Provide support to young people in different settings, including outreach work and offsite trips.

● Mentor and coach individuals to foster social inclusion.

● Collaborate with professionals from other organisations supporting young people.

● Engage with parents and community groups to advocate for improved provision.

● Set up and pack down equipment for sessions.

● Complete session plans and necessary paperwork.

● Assist young people with forms and signings.

● Play games to build relationships and engagement.

● Provide information and support for young people to realise their goals and work effectively in groups.

● Address oppressive behaviour and promote respect and confidentiality.

● Encourage young people to broaden their horizons and be active citizens.

● Support young people in understanding risk and taking action on key issues in their lives.


● One Stonegrove Community Centre, 5 Hayling Way, Edgware, HA8 8BN

● Grahame Park Library, The Concourse, Colindale, NW9 5XA

Additional Employability Support:

- Monthly communication with the youth team.

- Daily briefs before each session.

- Youth and workplace related training

For more information about this vacancy please contact Lifetime Training on 0333 0143 669 (Ref ID: 251986)

●Basic cooking and art and crafts skills ● Confident communication with young people. ● Understanding of different cultures, religions, and UK minority groups. ● Creativity in sports and play. ● Understanding of young people's health and wellbeing needs. ●IT skills in Microsoft and Powerpoint
Missed out on getting your Maths and English GCSE's? Don't worry- you can still apply but you will need to complete Functional Skills Level 2 before you finish the apprenticeship. Our Learning Coaches can support you with this so don't let this put you off!
Community Activator Coach Apprenticeship L2 including Functional Skills in Maths and English
You must be enthusiastic about wanting to work within the sport and physical activity sector and be committed to inspiring others to be more physically active. No prior coaching experience is required, but a willingness to learn, work hard and challenge yourself is essential.
This apprenticeship opens up loads of opportunities for your future. Here's what some Coach Core graduates are now up to across the Country: Health and Wellbeing Officer- Argyle Community Trust Full time Basketball Coach- Bristol Flyers Inclusion Officer- Surrey FA Did you know? 89% of Coach Core graduates agreed that the programme had helped their career 60% were still working with their original employer and 74% of those were earning a higher salary once they completed

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