If you are a Youth Provider in Stockton, please check out this page for the latest free training and events.

Youth United Stockton (YUS) has secured funding to provide free of charge training to voluntary and community sector organisations delivering services to young people (aged 8 – 19 years) within Stockton-on-Tees.

Places on our courses are limited to:

  • Voluntary and community sector organisations delivering youth services to 8- 19 years olds within Stockton-on-Tees
  • Places are on a first come first served basis

As part of our training programme, we are currently providing:


Accredited training course targeted at individuals living in Stockton on Tees, who have just started working/volunteering in the Youth Work field, or would like to do so. No formal entry requirements, however a reasonable level of literacy is required in order to complete the associated workbook/portfolio. Minimum age for training 14+. Progression routes following this course may involve volunteering opportunities and possible interview for sessional vacancies.

Covering a variety of introductory topics including:

  • The purpose and types of youth work
  • Equality and Diversity
  • Organisational policies and procedures
  • Personal qualities and key skills in youth work
  • Issues affecting young people
  • Professional boundaries and specialist support


This course will be delivered over four days:
Tuesday 13th November 2018
Wednesday 14th November 2018
Tuesday 20th November 2018
Wednesday 21st November 2018

10am – 2pm

Venue: Newtown Community Centre, 123 Durham Road, Stockton-On-Tees, TS19 0DE

Click here to register your place. Booking in advance is required.

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Recruitment can be costly in many ways. This session looks at interview techniques and making sure we have the right person for the job. Once appointed, how do we effectively supervise and respond to staff / volunteer’s behaviour and challenges? The course will look at many of the challenges we face as managers and supervisors.

This course will be delivered on:
Thursday 22nd November 2018
10am – 4pm

Venue: Five Lamps, Eldon Street, Thornaby, TS17 7DJ

Click here to register your place. Booking in advance is required.

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We have previous delivered the following courses. Please email if you would like us to run these courses again:

  • Modern Day Slavery
  • Level 3 Emergency First Aid
  • Engaging the hard to reach and relationship building
  • Mental Health First Aid (Accredited)
  • Level 2 Food Safety and Hygiene in Catering
  • Building resilience and reducing Mental ill-health triggers
  • NOCN Level 2 Working with Challenging Behaviour
  • Coaching & Mentoring
  • LEadership

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We also recognise that the youth sector is very diverse and our training programme might not fulfil all of the training and workforce development activities of each voluntary and community sector youth provider.

As a result, we have ring-fenced a small element of the funding to enable organisation to apply for a £100 bursary to contribute towards the cost of specialist training or workforce development activities.

Please click here for more information and download the Funding Application form

Please complete, read the funding agreement, sign and return along with proof of expenditure to

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Youth United Stockton (YUS) has allocated an Area Priority Fund, which enables voluntary and community sector Youth Provider’s in Stockton-On-Tees the opportunity to apply for up to £1,000 to respond in a partnership approach to emerging issues within their locality.

The fund will only support applications that show partnership working and projects that target young people primarily aged 10-19 year’s old in one (or a number) of the five localities.

Please email for more information and a Area Priority Funding Application Form.