Care, Duck & Weave: A Story Written by Zoe Harvey About Being a Youth Care Worker
My Name is Zoe and I have written this book as a guide to new Youth Workers. When I began work in this sector I had formal qualifications; but had no idea what was expected of me in the job by the youth. It is a really rewarding career, which can be very tough at times and you can be pushed to the limit. However the good times, however small far outweigh the not so good times. Have a read of this book you will be very surprised at the contents.
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