Worth Unlimited are committed to building a professional community of youth work Practitioners, both salaried and non salaried, who can support one another and build an extensive and deep understanding of the issues affecting young people in our society today.
We believe that there is a significant relationship between practical face to face youth work and underpinning knowledge and research. And so throughout the country practitioners and academics are coming together to close the gaps and ensure a learning cycle impacts the future of youth provision in the U.K.
We welcome enquiries from those interested in contributing to this learning community including those who would like to start a branch of Worth Unlimited in their locality and those who are part of organisations already working in this field and would like to share in understanding and building models of good practice.
In particular in the midst of a partnership with Frontier Youth Trust to deliver termly Learning Days on a range of topics related to youth work with marginalised young people. Details about the latest Learning Day can be found here.
Our Learning Cycle consists of the following elements that are interrelated to one another.