Targeted youth support: Personal view case studies
- Training and Development Agency
- Targeted youth support
- Emerging practice
- January 1998
These case studies give first-hand accounts from project managers and sponsors about their experiences of targeted youth support (TYS) pathfinders.
Deb Thomas, TYS Project Manager, Knowsley
In her personal view of the Leicester pathfinder and change process, Deb Thomas talks about the pace of the process, the importance of good teamwork, the core importance of young people, and the great enjoyment and satisfaction she has gained from being involved in the project.
Rita Chohan, TYS Project Coordinator, Leicester City
Among other things, Rita Chohan discusses the reasons for choosing a limited scope, the importance of senior management support and the huge value of engaging young people in the change process.
Anthony May, TYS Project Sponsor, Nottinghamshire
Project sponsor, Anthony May, gives a personal view of the Nottinghamshire TYS pathfinder and change process.
David Finn, TYS Project Manager, Derby
David Finn gives a personal view of the Derby TYS pathfinder and change process. He talks about the challenges he has faced during the project, not least working largely alone and integrating TYS into other initiatives for young people, his successes and the development of solutions.
Brian Langley, TYS Project Sponsor, Gateshead
Change for Children Programme Manager, Brian Langley, gives a personal view of the Gateshead TYS pathfinder and change process.
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Last updated on 01/01/1998