Aim of Training
Applications will open in January 2016 for the NYCI Specialist Certificate in Youth Health Promotion 2016/2017 run in conjunction with NUI Galway.
Key Benefits of this Qualification
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. The scheme was initially launched in December 2013 with a call for applications for phase 1 of the project.
- Build the capacity of your organisation to identify and address effectively the health needs of young people.
- Develop a range of competencies in health promotion.
- Access to up to date research and specialist input from guest speakers.
- Develop a whole organisational approach to health promotion.
- Supports the implementation of the National Quality Standards Framework.
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.