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Do you want to know more about the Young Inspectors programme, then Ask Ash a Question!

Ash is 22 Years Old and enjoys making a difference for Children and Young People Services. Ash's favourite hobby is watching Disney Films in her spare time; her favourite Disney film is Frozen!


How can I get involved?

You can get involved by filling the form in on the contact us page or emailing Rotherhamyounginspectors@rotherham.gov.uk with your interest in becoming part of the group.

When do you meet and what time and where?

We meet on a Thursday’s at 5pm while 7pm at Riverside House.

How do you choose on what to inspect?

The young inspectors can choose what service they want to inspect or a service or director can ask for the young inspectors to inspect a service.

What do I get out of becoming a young inspector?

  • Confidence and self esteem
  • new skills around communication, problem solving, information gathering and presentations
  • A positive difference to other young people in Rotherham
  • New group of friends
  • To meet new people ranging from young people to Senior Directors
  • Training in inspection techniques
  • Volunteer Accreditations

How old do you have to be to become a young inspector?

The age to become a young inspector is 13-24 years old.


Got a question?

Do you want to know more about the Young Inspectors programme, then Ask Ash!

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