Fellow – FJJi

Fellow status can only be achieved if you fulfill both the experience and education requirements, and additionally the guidance committee of Juvenile Justice International accepts that your current qualifications, experience and academic standing reflect the ‘Fellow’ designation:

  • Experience: A minimum of ten years’ full time or continuous part time work experience working with Children/Juveniles, this can be salaried or community / voluntary based experience at a senior management or Director level.
  • Qualifications: Internationally, qualifications differ, however we expect members to have as a minimum a Doctorate Level University Degree (PHD, Professional Doctorate) or one of the following; a European Union Level 8 qualification. The qualification must be aligned to working for, or with Children/Juveniles eg; Juvenile Justice, Youth Justice, Social Work, Community Work, Youth Work, Correctional Services, Police Service, Prison Service, Teaching, Psychology related qualifications.