NYCI’s Youth Arts Summer School

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The National Youth Council of Ireland (NYCI) the representative body for voluntary youth organisations in Ireland is offering a  NYCI’s Youth Arts Summer School for 2022 which will focus on digital music, song writing & recording.

The training programme which combines some online sessions with a 2-day residential in Maynooth University, aims to support youth workers and youth arts practitioners to gain the knowledge as well as the practical and creative skills to set up recording hubs in their own youth space and lead young people through their own engagement with song writing and production.  

This practical and in-depth training aims to provide participants with the skills, tools and software to set up remote writing, production and recording studios for innovative, creative practice with young people. The STEAM element of the programme will further equip participants with an innovative and highly creative tool kit when designing music programmes with young people.  

Through the Youth Arts Summer School mentoring process, participants will be supported to create a six-week programme ready for implementation over the summer months and an online follow-up session will be provided to help embed learning, support peer support and sharing of practice. 

NYCI’s Youth Arts Summer School Training Objectives

  • Develop creative new approaches that enhance your work with young people.
  • Gain practical in-depth workshop experiences which will develop your skills in digital music production and technology
  • Gain the knowledge, skills and confidence to lead young people through their own engagement with song writing and production.
  • Benefit from a supportive space to explore your own creativity, reflect on your practice and share experiences with your peers
  • Explore the STEAM connections within digital music production and sound, and advance your abilities to co-create, deliver and evaluate projects that promote STEAM learning
  • Learn how to communicate the science of sound in ways that inspire young people’s curiosity
  • Receive resources and mentoring so that you leave ready to set up a remote digital recording hub and implement a 6-8 week summer programme in digital music, song writing and recording

Further information here


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