Foróige delivers youth education programmes in the areas of Leadership, Citizenship, Health & Well-being and Entrepreneurship, and we have extensive experience in the design and development of education programmes to address a specific need. We also develop bespoke programmes to meet the needs of our partnering organisations.
These programmes are designed to be delivered by Foróige’s team of experienced trainers or directly by teachers or staff of partner organisations, with training and support from our team. All of our programmes are curriculum based and grounded in international best practice. They are evaluated through our partnerships with the UNESCO Chair in Youth and Civic Engagement at the National University of Ireland (NUI), Galway and the UNESCO Chair in Rural Community, Leadership and Youth Development at Penn State University in the USA.
As an international leader in youth education we are passionate about engaging with organisations that are seeking to make a positive contribution to the lives of young people and communities across the world.
Foróige is keenly interested in exploring any partnership opportunities where there are clear synergies between both organisations. We offer:
Foróige’s programmes are available for licensing on an annual basis. Licensing of a programme includes access to teacher/facilitator manuals, student manuals, training and ongoing support with implementing the programmes.
Programme Design & Training
Foróige has extensive experience in the design and development of bespoke youth programmes to address a specific need. In the past we have developed programmes and associated training for clients in the areas of entrepreneurship and sport, leadership, youth employment training, crime reduction, drug awareness, and health and well-being.
Foróige has over sixty years experience in the area of the provision and operation of voluntary youth work. We are available as strategic consultants in the areas of youth education and development, nationally and internationally.
Where a partner organisation currently has an offering of educational or youth development programmes in the market and an established distribution channel we would like to explore the potential of adding some or all of our programmes to their suite of offerings and vice versa.