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Corporate social responsibility was on the agenda as recruitment consultancy, Gi Group UK, which has offices at Centre 27 in Birstall, joined forces with Croda, DWF and Logistik to highlight the gains all parties can derive from businesses backing community-based projects The event - part of Business In The Community's Responsible Business Week campaign - featured presentations on the themes of working with charities, the corporate business case for social responsibility, recruitment and retention and working with young people.
The Young People's Quit Smoking project will include online support, free tobacco education and training for youth workers, teachers and health professionals working with young people, as well as a telephone 'quitline' tailored to teenagers.
But it said the findings were at odds with its experience of working with young people.
During their involvement with Coatham House, Centrepoint will offer use of its national support and development Toolkit, which provides a framework for working with young people.
It is essential reading for students taking courses in youth work, youth studies, education, social work, and social policy and for professionals working with young people in a wide range of settings.
Staff from agencies working with young people and families attended the event.
``I'm working with young people who are into the old music; there are so many people here who have turned their backs on things of the past, and then you have older people who are so dismissive of whatever the young are doing.
Teachers and other professionals working with young people are invited to experience the magic of arts projects at a trade fair at Blackwood Miners Institute on February 21.