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Developing youth practice draws on 25 years of direct experience in frontline work and project management to provide high quality training and resources to enable youth practitioners to deliver the best possible services for young people feedback tells us that our training is engaging and practical. Powerpoint slideshow about 'youth justice models in theory and practice' - efrat to describe and analyse the belgian youth justice system (legislation and day-to-day practice) assumption: realty is an amalgam of elements from different paradigms, but theoretical models will make it possible - in. Explores how theory influences policy and practice in the youth justice system and helps people block 2 - explaining and responding to youth offending block 3 - transitions: child development and the a knowledge and understanding of the theoretical bases for youth justice work, including.