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Youth Achievement Awards

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The Youth Achievement Awards are activity-based awards designed to encourage young people to take more responsibility in selecting, planning and leading activities. The Youth Achievement Awards were introduced nationally in 1997 and are already well established in a wide range of youth organisations, schools and educational projects.

These awards work at four levels, Bronze, Silver, Gold and Platinum. Each level reflects the amount of responsibility you take on. For example, Bronze means you have taken part in a volunteering opportunity whereas gaining a Platinum award recognises you have designed and run the opportunity yourself.

To find out more contact your Outset representative or visit www.ukyouth.org

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