Want to be a Youth Inspector?

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What is a Youth Inspector? And what will I do?

A Youth Inspector is a dedicated young person who works with other inspectors to carry out inspections in various provisions throughout RCT. The aim of the inspections are to improve the services we offer to young people. Youth Inspectors will meet on a monthly basis, take part in residential training and take part in various events including delivering presentations to reward activities.

What do I need?

To be aged 14+
To be able to commit to the training programme
To commit to the role, and willingness to progress in order to deliver presentations when applicable
The flexibility to attend weekend meetings and inspect during the evening if necessary.

Does this sound like something you are interested in? What to do next.
Fill in the simple application form and return to your Youth Forum Worker. Here are some ideas to get you started on writing your application
The ideal application:

Needs to answer the following things:
-Who are you?
– Why you are applying to be a youth inspector?
– Why you are the best person for the job?

It needs to be written in simple language and short sharp sentences.
Be creative but realistic.
Be honest about yourself.
Be different – you need to stand out from the others.
Get your application form NOW!

The deadline is 31st May and we are looking to meet the new members as a ‘one off’ in July and training will commence mid – late September.

Following the training, youth inspectors will generally meet monthly throughout the year, this maybe on evenings and weekends#

Click here to download your application form

For more information, please contact:

Kelly Cobb
Youth Integration Team leader
Services for Young People
Ty Trevithick
Abercynon
Mountain Ash
RCT
CF45 4UQ
Tel: 01443 744000
Email: Kelly.A.Cobb@rctcbc.gov.uk

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