Understanding Young People and Gang Culture This course will help you understand the developmental changes during adolescence and how they affect behaviour. It will also explore a range of internal and external; pressures experienced by the young person and the conflict this can bring. You will have the opportunity to look At the issues of sharing power and authority with young people. It will give you an insight to what influences young people to join gangs and what makes it difficult to leave. Y You will identify support strategies to help individuals impacted by gang culture. This course is particularly for professionals and adults working with young teenagers in a formal or informal role. Course Dates 23rd March - 25th March 2020 Apply Now Or Download an Application Form 29th July - 31st July 2020 Apply Now Download an Application Form Course Level Level 1 Course Length 3 Days Residential (3 days, 2 nights) Course Area Personal and Social Development Course Fees View Fee Section Planning Your Learning Choosing the right course will help you get the most out of studying at Fircroft College. We offer one-to-one information, advice and guidance (IAG) to help you plan a personal programme of learning. We will look at what aims and goals you may have, your previous qualifications and experience, and what you want to achieve by studying at Fircroft. We will then plan a suitable programme of learning with you. To find out more about how we can help you choose the right course for you, download our fact sheet here. To book an Information Advice and Guidance (IAG) meeting you can contact our admissions office on 0121 472 0116, or come to one of our drop-in sessions, every Monday from 2pm – 4pm.