The Transition Expo features most Auckland Transition and Vocational Programme Providers as well as an array of leisure, recreation, sports and information providers.
This second workshop will provide skills in using the information gained through the assessment in then developing brief interventions. This workshop will be held on Thursday 27 June, 9am – 12pm.
WACT are proud to announce that they are delivering informal training on Youth Suicide and Micro-Counselling – Friday 21st of June in Gisborne.
This one day conference held on Friday 14 June from 8am – 5pm aims to create a safe platform to establish an open dialogue between Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand to help build a society free of prejudice, racism and hate-based crime.
Two days packed with professional development for youth workers. Free registration, but limited spaces!
Disability Connect welcomes all families, organisations in the disability sector and schools to attend their South Auckland discussion meeting on Wednesday 12th June 2019 (9.30am-12.30pm). They want to hear, share, learn how to work better together.
HPA’s Smashed n Stoned? programme is a small-group early intervention programme designed to be run with 13 to 18-year-olds whose alcohol and drug use puts them at risk.
Join the RainbowYOUTH crew on Thursday 6th June 2019 for an epic eighties-style evening to celebrate and look back at 30 years of our work – jammed packed with changed lives, minds and laws.
Information on four options for living arrangements for a person with a disability.
Youth for our Planet are looking for young people around the world to help us grow the movement and put pressure on leaders and governments.
Participants will have the opportunity to attend the Youth Leaders Forum hosted by Student Energy, running parallel to the CEM10/MI-4 Ministerial in Vancouver, Canada, May 27 – 29, 2019.
On Tuesday 28 May, Michael Hempseed will be going to Whanganui to deliver a free training to Youth Workers on youth mental health.
We Are More Than You See – He wai hōhonu a mātou (literally, we are deep waters, thus referring to unseen depths).
In 1989, a bunch of young people met up at a conference and decided to form a social group for young people. Three decades later, that group has become one…
Family Planning runs courses throughout the country covering many health promotion topics at primary and secondary school levels. Topics include: teaching sexuality education, teaching about pornography, affirming diversity, healthy relationships,…