“We are the only UK education institution solely focused on training practitioners working with children, young people and families.”
YMCA George Williams College provides youth work courses and qualifications from introductory apprenticeships to post-graduate certifications.
We have spent over 50 years training youth workers and have over 8000 alumni working in the field across the globe. We are the YMCA College and are internationally recognised for working with organisations including the Commonwealth Secretariat and the Khallil Foundation in Australia, Bangladesh, Kenya and Trinidad and Tobago.
George Williams College leads the Commonwealth Consortium for 35 universities across the globe. We are responsible for quality assurance of globally recognised qualifications.
Global partnership has benefited students to develop key skills that differentiate various world views of youth work and the links with social pedagogic practice. Courses can be tailored to accommodate student’s specific needs, so they can continue a healthy balance between work, family and study. We offer the most cost-effective qualifications on the market, delivered by some of the most experienced lecturers and professionals within the industry.
How we work?
Students learn through a blended learning model which combines face-to-face learning and practice, online forums, specially prepared interactive study material which can be accessed via mobile, tablet, computer or students can print activities and assignments. Every student has access to online materials through the College’s dedicated ymoodle site, where they will submit completed assessments. As a blended learning programme this means that students’ study when it is convenient to them.
They can access activities, resources and materials any time of the day or night, 7 days a week from our virtual learning environment – ymoodle.org.