In 2016/2017 NYCI’s National Youth Health Programme conducted a rapid needs assessment on physical activity with the youth work sector.
Congratulations to Kerry Diocesan Youth Service (KDYS) of successfully achieving Gold Standard in youth health promotion, renewing their Gold Health Quality Mark.
NYCI has developed the Health Quality Mark (HQ Mark) as a health promotion initiative with a view to enhancing best practice and a high standard of quality in all aspects of health promotion in youth organisations.
The National Youth Health Programme is now accepting expressions of interest for the Specialist Certificate in Youth Health Promotion 2017/2018 run in conjunction with NUI Galway. Please email email@example.com for an application form, detailing your name and the organisation you represent.
Closing date for applications is Friday June 16th 2017.
Congratulations to No Name Club who were awarded their Silver Health Quality Mark Award at their Annual Conference hosted in Athlone Institute of Technology.
Congratulations to Rush Youthreach Education Centre who successfully maintained and has been awarded their Gold Status as a Healthy Quality Mark Organisation on Thursday November 10th, the same day they celebrated their 25th birthday.The National Youth Health Programme are delighted to launch Phase 2 of Connected Communities, a project funded by the National Office for Suicide Prevention. This scheme is designed to enhance the resources young people develop and draw on to increase their confidence and self-esteem, their sense of connectedness, belonging and ability to bring about change in their lives and communities.