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I-SPECT - The Beginnings

Posted by archifCLICarchive from National - Published on 16/08/2010 at 16:41
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Yn Gymraeg

As those of you who were at the Planning Residential in May will know, CLIC are setting up a Information Youth Inspectorate!

So what is an Information Youth Inspectorate?
The idea is to make sure the information that you are getting online, at the local info shop and from many other places is up-to-date, correct and usable. So we have recruited a group of Youth Inspectors between the ages of 11 and 25 to do just that.

We had our first I-SPECT/AR-OLWG overnight Residential in Nantyr on Friday 30th and Saturday 31st of July. This is where the name I-SPECT/AR-OLWG came from. At the residential we had some awesome pub singing impressions ( la Shooting Stars) ; workshops and planning on how we were going to take things forward; a walk across the aqueduct in Llangollen and tonnes of food! Thank you all for all of the hard work you did on that weekend.

We are going to put together a training package for our Youth Inspectors; visit and mark Information Services for Young People on how they work; give young people from all over Wales the opportunity to be involved in a National Development that will indeed be good for your CV and learning, as well as being social and fun! There are many more benefits to being involved... to find out give it a try.

There will be another residential towards the end of the year... so I will keep you posted.

If you would like to know more or be involved, then email claire@cliconline.org.uk

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