Mr Richard Curmi
Richard Curmi has been active in youth work and, on a voluntary basis, working as a youth worker at a local youth centre. He has also worked with young people with challenging behavior at a local residential home and also within the local public employment service, helping young unemployed people acquire employability skills while looking for jobs. While at the Malta Qualifications Council, Richard was responsible for introducing a system for the validation of informal and non-formal learning in Malta.
Richard loves reading, collecting football memorabilia, beer glasses, and all sorts of items that can be collected. Travelling is also one of Richard’s passions. His travels have taken him to Europe, America, and Africa, at times on vacation with his family and on others for work reasons.
Richard has successfully read for a B.A. degree in Youth and Community Studies and also possesses an M.A. in the same field.