24 guided learning hours/ Completion in 3 - 6 weeks


£POA - Please email for a quote

This is an introductory level 2 qualification, aimed at those who wish to become volunteer peer advocates.

As part of the course, learners will be introduced to the principles and processes that underpin peer advocacy; the potential barriers that individuals may face in trying to access peer support, and how to overcome these; as well as the importance of confidentiality and boundaries within peer advocacy, and how to recognise when other forms of support may be more appropriate.

This course is offered as a bespoke package for groups only. It can be adapted and tailored for different audiences, including both adults and young people.

Please email the NYAS Learning and Development team at to find out more.

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