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Young People

Are you 12-25 years old? This section will tell you all you need to know about our awards...

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Youth Work

Scotland is fortunate to have a vibrant youth work sector engaging more than 380,000...

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Schools

Identify the award or range of awards that will help the young people you’re working with...

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Parents

What must we do as parents and carers to support our young people in reaching their potential?

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Employers

Recognising what young people achieve outside of the formal learning environment...

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Awards Aware

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Case Studies

Looking Forward Not Back

Looking Forward Not Back

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Looking Forward Not Back

Twenty-eight young people were trained and supported in 5 communities to conduct research on the issue of sectarianism. To recognise…

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Katie

Katie

Young Person

Katie

Katie, 17, from Dundee, experienced a turbulent childhood. When her mother could no longer care for her, Katie went to…

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Joe

Joe

Young Person

Joe

Joe was referred by his school to the Pupil Support Service in Fife due to his refusal to follow basic…

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Sports Leaders UK

Sports Leaders UK

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Sports Leaders UK

Sports Leaders UK is an Awarding Organisation that creates leadership skills for life. Our vocational awards and qualifications aim to…

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We exist to serve young people in gaining a wealth of social, work and life experience, through the awards available across the country...

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Awards Aware

Join the community of individuals and organisations that are registering to become Awards Aware to demonstrate the value that non-formal learning brings to young people, those that support them in learning and achievement, parents and carers as well as employers. Learn More.

What Awards Aware organisations are saying:

“We support Awards Aware because outdoor experiences in wild places offer excellent opportunities for educational, social and personal development. These experiences are often heightened through a structured award. Recognising and celebrating achievement in wild places benefits people and encourages awareness, understanding and responsibility for our natural environment. ”

John Muir Trust

“I / we support Awards Aware because...we recognise that youth awards help young people develop the knowledge and skills for life, work and learning, providing them with a progression pathway that helps them be all they can be.”

The Boys’ Brigade

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