Daniel is a twenty nine year old professional youth worker who has held a range of temporary part time and full time jobs across his adult life.  His skills include excellent communications and customer service; ability to relate well with all age groups; effective team member; good leadership skills and ability to work on his own initiative.

Daniel was a volunteer youth worker from 2004 and now is doing this work on a professional basis. From October 2011 to February 2012 as well as from December 2013 to January 2014 he was a volunteer at Love Kids Orphanage in Nkoranza, Ghana, West Africa. Daniel joined CID as a volunteer in 2012 and is working now as a youth worker in the MultiKulti youth center. He enjoys caving, rock climbing, and mountain biking. I have always enjoyed active outdoor sports and travelling, and have taken part in Kayaking, Canyoning and skiing in the French Alps on an annual basis.

Vocational Qualifications:

  • PADI Basic Open Water Diver Certificate
  • Appointed Persons First Aid Course H.S.E Certificate
  • Duke of Edinburgh Award – New Leaders Certificate
  • Sports Leader UK Level 2 Award in Basic Expedition Leadership
  • Duke of Edinburgh Award – Accredited Assessors Certificate
  • Mountain Leaders Training (Wales)
  • Substance Misuse Training Level 1
  • C-Card and Sexual Health Training
  • Child Protection Training OCN Level 2
  • SPA (Single Pitch Award) Training
  • Local Cave and Mine Leaders Award Training
  • Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) 50 hours Certificate
  • Manual Handling at Work (NHS Wales – August 2011)
  • W.A (Climbing Wall Award) Assessment
  • Red Cross Emergency First Aid at Work Certificate (January 2012)
  • Youth Pass: Advanced Training on Quality in Youth Exchanges – Denmark (February 2013)
  • Youth Pass: Outdoors Brings More – Luxembourg (May 2014)
  • IRATA: Level One Rope Access Technician


Dissertation: https://issuu.com/danielcarter7/docs/full_dissertation_djc_cardiff_met_2