Resources

This page will help you think about how you can use the youth work outcomes in your own practice. We have gathered several case studies to demonstrate organisations using the outcomes in their own practice and have created three podcasts so you can find out more about the outcomes while you're on the move. 

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Resources

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Case studies

We've put together a range of case studies from organisations who have been using the youth work outcomes in their work. Take a look below: 

  • Case Study | Youth Highland

    Youth Highland share how they've used the youth work outcomes in planning, partnership working, communicating and demonstrating the value of youth work to the third sector.

  • Case Study | West Lothian

    Nan from West Lothian Council’s Community Learning and Development Youth Services talks about how they used the youth work outcomes in their work in schools in the local area.

  • Case Study | East Ayrshire Council, Vibrant Communities

    Kerry from East Ayrshire Council shares how they've used the youth work outcomes at their annual youth conference and how they've helped to make a link between youth work and education.

Youthwork outcomes podcasts

Susan Hunter, YouthLink Scotland, and Kelly McInnes, Northern Star, have created three podcasts to help youth workers understand the youth work outcomes and how to use them. 

Introducing Scotland's Youth Work Outcomes

Kelly from Northern Star talks about the youth work outcomes, the indicators and how you can use them in your work.

Using the outcomes: communications, partnership and planning

Susan Hunter from YouthLink Scotland talks about how you can use the youth work outcomes in planning, to communicate the value of youth work and working in partnership with other providers.

Using the outcomes: self-evaluation and improvement 

Kelly from Northern Star shares how to use the youth work outcomes for self evaluation and improvement.

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