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Learning Opportunity: Youth, Leisure Instruction, VQ

Youth, Leisure Instruction, VQ

Course Information

Youth and Leisure Instructors who have completed the Vocational Qualification in Youth and Leisure Instruction work with people of different ages and from different cultural backgrounds. Youth work and youth education form the basis of the qualification, but it is also possible to focus on other age groups through vocational options. Youth and Leisure Instructors plan and organise voluntary and communal civic, cultural, physical education and other leisure activities and instruct people in these activities. They may work for organisations, local authorities, business enterprises or other corporations or as independent self-employed people.

Those who have completed the qualification know how to instruct and deal with people of different ages. They are able to help those under their instruction in difficult situations in their lives. They are also able to provide support in more extensive crisis situations. They know how to apply their own instructor identity to their work and to comply with the professional principles and values of youth and leisure work. They are able to work as members of working communities within the operating environments of youth and leisure work (state/municipal, private or third sector). They know how to work using their chosen instruction methods: cultural instruction, physical education, nature and recreational activities, youth information and counselling services, media and online instruction or technical and manual skills instruction.

Youth and Leisure Instructors who have completed the qualification are proactive, creative and independent but co-operative. They know how to apply instruction methods diversely. They possess activity instruction and inclusion skills and good expression and interaction skills. They are able to take the different social and cultural backgrounds of those under their instruction into account. They are fair, responsible and well-mannered. They are able to control their own emotions in instruction and other interactive situations.

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Duration Information: 

2 vuotta

Start Date: 
21.08.17
Credits: 

180 ECVET competence points

Provider Information

Provider Name: 
Etelä-Pohjanmaan Opisto
Provider Contact Info: 

toimisto@epopisto.fi
06 425 6150
06 425 6000
Opistontie 111, 60800, ILMAJOKI

Qualifications Awarded

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Qualification Awarded:
Nuoriso- ja vapaa-ajan ohjaaja
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Youth and Leisure Instructors who have completed the Vocational Qualification in Youth and Leisure Instruction work with people of different ages and from different cultural backgrounds. Youth work and youth education form the basis of the qualification, but it is also possible to focus on other age groups through vocational options. Youth and Leisure Instructors plan and organise voluntary and communal civic, cultural, physical education and other leisure activities and instruct people in these activities. They may work for organisations, local authorities, business enterprises or other corporations or as independent self-employed people.

Those who have completed the qualification know how to instruct and deal with people of different ages. They are able to help those under their instruction in difficult situations in their lives. They are also able to provide support in more extensive crisis situations. They know how to apply their own instructor identity to their work and to comply with the professional principles and values of youth and leisure work. They are able to work as members of working communities within the operating environments of youth and leisure work (state/municipal, private or third sector). They know how to work using their chosen instruction methods: cultural instruction, physical education, nature and recreational activities, youth information and counselling services, media and online instruction or technical and manual skills instruction.

Youth and Leisure Instructors who have completed the qualification are proactive, creative and independent but co-operative. They know how to apply instruction methods diversely. They possess activity instruction and inclusion skills and good expression and interaction skills. They are able to take the different social and cultural backgrounds of those under their instruction into account. They are fair, responsible and well-mannered. They are able to control their own emotions in instruction and other interactive situations.

Course Locations

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Course address:

Opistontie 111, 60800, ILMAJOKI