This learning resource covers two unit standards. The topic will help you understand what is involved in planning, developing, implementing and evaluating a youth development project.
You will be helping a project coordinator from your organisation to implement a youth development project in your local community. You are not expected to carry out a project independently.
Talk to your project coordinator about what your role will be in each stage of the process and how they expect you to assist them.
You may find it useful to collate a portfolio for this project. This will help you organise your ideas and keep all your information in the same place. In your portfolio, include examples of planning, relevant information from your project coordinator, your responses to learning activities, useful resources and support materials, your notes and so on.
You might like to:
keep a folder for this project on your computer or laptop and save relevant files. You'll need to make sure you label each file clearly and in a way that makes it easy for you to find.
keep all your information together in a folder, a ring binder or box file. Label each document clearly and keep it in order so you can find it easily.