Youth Action Diversity Trust
YADT's List of Group Sessions for Young People
Life Skill Sessions: To be run within Schools
Introduction to Communication Skills (8 to 11 years or 12 to 16 years)
Young people will learn about effective communication, using verbal and non-verbal communication. The workshop is designed to help you understand and enhance your communication skills, allowing you to communicate more effectively in all aspects of your life.
Exploring Confidence and Self Awareness (8 to 11 years or 12 to 16 years)
Young people will explore ways to improve their natural confidence and self-esteem. Discover the real you!
Introduction to Resolving Problems and Stress Management (8 to 11 years or 12 to 16 years)
Young people will look at the process for resolving problems and will complete practical problem solving tasks. They will explore ways to solve the problems life throws at them and look at different ways to manage stress.
Introduction to Anger Management (8 to 11 years or 12 to 16 years)
Feeling angry is part of being human. It is a natural response to being attached, deceived, disappointed or frustrated. It is ok to feel angry (everyone does at times) and anger can be useful when we know how to manage it well. However, it can also be frightening. Anger becomes a problem when it harms you or the people around you and can cause depression, anxiety, sleeping problems and eating disorders.
As with all our workshops this can be done as a one to one session allowing the young person the freedom and safety to explore issues and their own anger management on a personal level.
Introduction to Behaviour Awareness (8 to 11 years or 12 to 16 years)
Young people will learn to be aware of their behaviour and how it impacts on other people.
Team Building and Leadership (8 to 11 years or 12 to 16 years)
Young people will explore why it is important to be able to work as a member of a team and identify their own role within a team. The young people will work as part of a team to complete team tasks.
Prevention Awareness Workshops:
Crime and the Law (10 to 17 years)
This one day workshop explores the consequences of crime and the effect upon society.
Knife Crime Awareness (10 to 17 years)
This workshop explores the issues around carrying knives and the impact upon the community.
Knife Possession and Prevention Programme (10 to 17 years)
Young people will look at the attitude towards carrying a knife, the social implications of carrying weapons, the effect on the victim and how the law views knife crime.
Victim Empathy (10 to 17 years)
This one day workshop explores the effects of crime on the victim.
If you are a professional who would be interested in our group workshops, please contact us for more information.
YADT also offer Accredited Courses for young people (which you can view here) as well as
'Time Out for Parent' Courses for Adults (which you can view here).
For more information about any of our Courses and Workshops please contact Gary on 020 8308 3862.