Training and Events from London Youth

Posted on: 23/11/2020 in Community , Resources , Training , COVID-19 Updates
Check the latest training opportunities from London Youth
  • London Youth Training – We still have lots of training with spaces before the end of the year including training on Risk Assessments, Moving into Management and Digital Youth Work amongst others.

We will be launching training for January 2021 onwards in the next few weeks so please do sign up and share it with your teams as we have lots of exciting opportunities! To sign up, please click here - Please bookmark this page for future use.

  • GLA – The Future Speaks – an exciting virtual event to celebrate Black Lives Matter

Date: Tuesday 30th November 2020 from 14.30 -17.30

Link: Join Zoom Meeting -

The GLA's Peer Outreach team are holding an online event for young people to have their say on how racism, discrimination and other social injustices have affected them. The main aim of this event is to talk about some of the key issues which young people have identified that we experience in all of our lives affected by racism, discrimination other social justice matters and responses in regard to:

  • Health and social sector
  • Police and judiciary system
  • Education, Work and employment
  • Media & access to creative sector
  • Culture & identity

If you are working with young people who are keen to vocalise their opinions and promote positive reflections on what could be a positive future for all of us, then please let the GLA know you would like to attend and inform them of the number of young people you would also like to attend by contacting -; Please add - and into the CC of your response.

  • Keep Me Safe Project – Sexual Violence Awareness Training

This is a great opportunity to take part in a pilot project that seeks to train youth workers how to deliver workshops on sexual violence.

If you are interested in learning about how to support and educate young people in relation to sexual violence, and would like to access quality training and free resources and activities on the topic, then please email and use the subject heading 'Sexual Violence Awareness Training'.