There are three levels of membership for groups working with young people, designed to meet the particular needs of your organisation; Network Member, Hub Member and Partner Member, and, dependent of the level of membership you chose, members receive the following benefits:
- Access to a low cost insurance scheme
- Model Policy Templates for all key policy areas including; Safeguarding; Health & Safety, Equal Opportunities and Governance.
- Information Bulletins on Funding and local News
- Disclosure Baring Service Checks
- Access to Training Courses
- Opportunities to work in partnership
- Bursary Awards (grants up to £250 per person)
- Nominate young people for the Young Person of the Year Award
Find out which level of membership meets your needs and become a member today.
We have three levels of membership for organisations working with young people, designed to meet your needs,
Network, new for 2017. We have introduced a membership offer for clubs and groups who only require, access to the low cost insurance scheme, policy templates, plus regular information bulletins and the opportunity to contact us anytime for advice and help. Network members can also access Disclosure and Baring Service (DBS) checks and attend training courses on a pay as you go basis.
Hub, our regular Membership offer includes all the benefits listed above plus up to five free Disclosure and Baring Service (DBS) checks (worth £50), as part of your safeguarding duties, and significant discounts on all training courses and events.
Partner, new for 2017. This new level of membership is designed for those organisations who wish to work in partnership with Young Lancashire, to access new grant funding as delivery partners in innovative youth development programmes. This level of membership also includes up to ten free Disclosure and Baring Service (DBS) checks (worth £100) and free attendance on all training courses and events.
Note: All Members can invite young people from their group to apply for a Young Lancashire Bursary Award (grants up to £250 per person) and can nominate young people for the Young Person of the Year Award.