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This guide teaches how to set up your team and what safeguarding values you should adopt.

You'll also find out the 7 Essential Elements Of A Great Event and how to advertise it.

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This guide answers the questions:

  • What is effective youth engagement?
  • What young people are looking for?
  • How do we communicate with love?

And much more.

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This pack contains generic marketing materials that you can use straight away to create buzz around your Youth Hubb. Please contact your trainer to have the designs personalised with your organisation's name, logo and details.

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At a glance, data protection is about ensuring people can trust you to use their data fairly and responsibly. For more information, visit the ICO.

Note about this policy template: It aims to provide a concise and practical document that trustees of small charities can use as the foundation for a working Data Protection Policy. You may need other documents like a privacy policy - if you run a website, to inform website visitors about how you protect their personal data.

You should always check with a lawyer if you have any doubt about your legal obligations. 

Click Here To Download Basic GDPR Compliance Checklist

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As an organisation, you should be committed to encouraging equality, diversity and inclusion among your team, and eliminating unlawful discrimination.

The aim is for your team to be truly representative of all sections of society and your beneficiaries, and for each team member to feel respected and able to give their best.

You should always check with a lawyer if you have any doubt about your legal obligations. 

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Youth Hubb Fundraising Guide

This two-part video series will walk you through 5 different strategies to help make your Youth Hubb financially independent. Take your time to watch the video and work through the simple steps discussed. To help with your planning, click here to download the training slides. 

Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS)

What is an Enhanced DBS Check?
An Enhanced DBS Check is a type of criminal record check that shows any spent or unspent convictions, cautions, warnings or reprimands the applicant has – as well as any other relevant details held by the applicant’s local police force. An Enhanced Disclosure may also include a check of the children’s and/or adults’ barred list, if the applicant is eligible.

If a person works with or comes into contact with young people once a week, or three times within a 30-day period, they’ll require an Enhanced DBS Certificate.

Click here to get started with Enhanced DBS Check


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