For Frequently Asked Questions and other details please visit: http://www.ynot.org.au/tyc
TYC17 will a have a varied, exciting and enagaging program with speakers from around Australia, including experts in a range of fields, young people and workers. The program will also offer a number of interactive workshops.
As well as presentations on drugs and alcohol, relationships, education, sexual health, relevant youth research and policy, the professionalisation of the youth sector, youth ethics, mental health and much, much more.
For more program information visit: http://www.ynot.org.au/tyc
TYC17 is open to both the sector and young people. We believe this format provides young people and workers with a great opportunity to come together to share experiences and ideas with each other.
The conference will consist of a:
TYC17 is organised by a committed Working Group made up of people from YNOT, TYF and a range of other organisations. Young people are also involved in the Working Group so that TYC17 is relevant and interesting to them. To find out how you can be involved in TYC17 contact YNOT via the details below.
TYC17 is supported through funding from the Tasmanian Government. TYC is also made possible through community and corporate support.
TYC17 would not be possible without the support and sponsorship of the Tasmanian community. If you would like to support TYC17 then please contact us for further discussion.
If you have questions about the event then please visit http://www.ynot.org.au/tyc or contact the YNOT Office on 03 6223 5511 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will be posting updates in the lead up and during the event on social media. Follow the hashtag #TYC17 on social media or visit the YNOT facebook page https://www.facebook.com/youthnetworkoftas/.
We look forward to seeing you at TYC17 on 21 and 22 June 2017.
YNOT is the peak body for the non-government youth sector in Tasmania. It is funded by the Tasmanian Government to improve the Tasmanian community's response to youth issues by:
Involving young people and service providers in identifying and responding to youth issues;
Developing coordinating mechanisms across the youth sector; and providing advice to government and other agencies on youth issues.
YNOT also encompasses the Tasmanian Youth Forum (TYF) and the Tasmanian Youth Conference (TYC).
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