What is Youthpass?

Youthpass is a certificate that describes your learning in Baseline’s youth programs. It is also a process of reflecting on your learning and writing it down. Starting from term 4, 2015, a number of Baseline programs will be using Youthpass. Contact Baseline on 94048800 or to find out which programs are using the Youthpass process and offering a Youthpass certificate.

What do you get from Youthpass?

+ You can describe what you have done and learnt in the program.
+ You know more about how people can learn.
+ You know better yourself and the competences you have.
+ You can show or explain your competences to others, e.g. in a job interview.
+ You can show it off to your friends and family.
+ You can use your Youthpass when writing your CV.
+ You can make further plans about what you would still like to learn and how.
+ Youthpass is designed to improve the self-reflection skills and increase the employability of young people who take part in youth work.


Youthpass is a Europe-wide validation system for non-formal learning developed by the European Commission for the EU Erasmus+: Youth in Action programme. City of Whittlesea has adapted the Youthpass tool to be suitable for use in Australia. Baseline for Young People is the first agency in Australia to use Youthpass in their work. More information about Youthpass can be found at: