What is the Young Leaders Award?
Young Leaders Award is a personal development and leadership course open to 14-17 year olds who are members of clubs in membership with Action4Youth.
It’s a great experience for young people and has lasting value acquiring skills to take back to their club/organisation.
What is included in the Award?
How must does it cost?
£100 if booked before 9th December or £120 thereafter.
The club must pay at least 50% of the cost with the young person contributing the remainder.
Thanks to the support from Alexander and Co grants are available for any young person who wishes to take part and are unable to meet the rest of the cost. Contact Sarah Simmons for more information.
How do we apply?
Complete the application form and return. Confirmation will be emailed to the club leader to accept the young person on the programme and payment to be made within 2 weeks of this email. The consent form will need to be completed after acceptance on the programme.
Once we have received the application form A4Y will invoice the club for half (or more if required). The young person’s parent/guardian will need to call the office to make payment for the remaining amount. Card payments can be accepted over the phone. If another method is preferred please contact us to arrange.
For all information please download the flyer.
Award supported by a generous donation from Alexander & Co
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