If you are shortlisted you will be invited to first stage interview. The first stage interview is conducted as a group discussion about young people and families in our society. You will be part of this discussion with other applicants and be asked to share your views. Two YAP Team Leaders will facilitate this group discussion along with a young person. You will be assessed during this discussion, but you will not be competing against other applicants as we are recruiting for a panel of various types of people.
If I am successful at first stage interview what will happen?bnj3k2019-12-04T11:12:36+00:00
You will be invited to attend the YAP Training Programme. This takes 5 days to completed and is usually broken down over three weeks. All candidates must complete the training to be considered for a match. This includes four days of core module training and one day of Child Safe Guarding and Awareness Training.
Where will the training take place?bnj3k2019-12-04T11:23:12+00:00
Depending on your location you may need to travel to the nearest training centre. We have 8 offices nationwide, these offices cover multiple locations, to see where is the nearest location to you please go to our Contact Us page and click on your county.
Will I be paid for training, travel or accommodation?bnj3k2019-12-04T11:33:00+00:00
YAP Ireland will not reimburse candidates for travel or accommodation to attend training or interviews. Training attendance hours will be paid for candidates when they are matched with a Young Person. As the recruitment and training process is quite long this may be some months. There is no guarantee that we will find a suitable match for everyone, so no person should incur costs that they are not prepared to cover themselves.
All Employees of YAP Ireland are required to have a full clean driving license and valid Car Insurance and NCT. You will also be asked to provide a letter from your insurance company that indemnifies YAP should you be involved in a car accident while working for YAP. Some insurance companies will charge for this letter and it is important to note that YAP Ireland does not reimbursed employees or applicants for this cost. As stated above no person should incur costs that they are not prepared to cover themselves.
Are Advocates paid in their employment with YAP Ireland?bnj3k2020-05-21T15:43:56+01:00
The role of the Advocate is to support young people and families to build their resilience, achieve their goals and establish local links by working with community partners. These collaborative efforts strengthen both community and family.
Every attempt is made to match every Candidate on the Panel. However, it is completely led by the Young People who are referred to us and to their particular need, so for this reason it is not always possible to match 100% of Candidates.
Why is there a need to recruit Advocates on a regular basis?Shannon Reilly2020-05-21T16:57:15+01:00
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