Merthyr Tydfil, Walthamstow, Brentwood, Fife, Margate, Rochdale and Newcastle – just some of the places where we’re not!
But with your help perhaps we could be…
From Monday 1st September, we’re launching our new accredited delivery partner initiative – offering the R U Different? programme greater capacity and reach across the UK.
We’ve already joined forces with a few keen and capable individuals who will be promoting and delivering R U Different? exclusively in counties across the North and South West of England.
Now we’re looking for a few more people who can help us in the North East, East, South East, Midlands, Wales and Scotland.
Programme Founder Gary Lovatt explains:
“This is an ideal opportunity for Individuals, Charities and Organisations who are passionate about engaging young people and communities in a more meaningful way.
Our programme is fun, engaging and strongly evidenced in terms of tangibly improving health and wellbeing outcomes, particularly for young people.
Having a strong network of accredited and local delivery partners will offer new and existing Local Authorities, Schools and Young People more face to face engagement opportunities and a greater consistency of service throughout our network.
With new programmes for Primary schools and Colleges also on the horizon, it’s a very exciting time to be involved.”
“I’m delighted to be supporting the wellbeing of young people, using the theory-driven, evidence-based work of Social Sense and thrilled to support such a good and growing organisation.”
The ideal candidate(s) / partners will have experience working directly or indirectly with young people (in a youth work or public health setting), be DBS registered and motivated to measurably improve outcomes.
You must also be available to attend training days in Manchester in September and October.
To find out more, or register your interest email email@example.com or call 0161 2145216
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