Category: Training

The Access Project

Online Volunteer Tutor (GCSE) Autumn 2024-Summer 2025

Opportunity : Online Volunteer Tutor (GCSE) Autumn2024-Summer 2025
The Access Project supports pupils from under-resourced back grounds to access top universities. We are looking for undergraduates, postgraduates, staff and alumni who would be able to tutor a young person aged 14-16, online.
• Support a young person in a subject of your choice to achieve the GCSE grade they deserve and to fulfil their potential.
• Build transferable skills, experience and knowledge through ongoing training and development as part of the role.
• Students supported by The Access project typically achieve a grade higher at GCSE and are twice more likely than their peers to progress to a top-third ranked university.
We will match you with a student who is looking for support in your subject.
Requirements: No prior teaching or tutoring experience. Either be currently studying for an undergraduate degree or have an undergraduate degree/equivalent professional qualification. Either have A Level subject or an undergraduate degree in a subject you wish to tutor at GCSE level. Sign up any of our 2.5-hour training session.
Be able to spare one hour a week in school term over the next academic year to tutor (starting Sept/Oct2024) plus 30mins a week preparation time.
Location: Homebased
Hours: Be able to spare one hour a week in school term over the next academic year to tutor (starting Sept/Oct2024) plus 30mins a week preparation time.
Expenses: TBC
DBS: Yes Enhanced DBS and provide two references (personal or professional) complete an online safeguarding course.
We are seeing high demand from our students with science and maths. Volunteers who are able to support would be particularly welcome. There are also many opportunities for volunteer tutors in other subjects including humanities and languages.

Cats Protection

Volunteer Champions Team Leader
Opportunity: Volunteer Champions Team Leader
Our volunteer champion team leaders support local volunteer groups by leading a team of others that provide recruitment, induction and recognition support to wider volunteer groups and teams.
What can you expect to be doing, Recruiting the volunteer champions teams of volunteers. Allowing tasks and activities to other members of the volunteer champions team. Identifying ways to involve volunteers Providing support, encouragement and leadership. Promoting a culture of volunteering best practice. Encouraging volunteer feedback.
Requirements: Good written and verbal communication skills. The ability to use initiative, willingness to be part of a team. Good knowledge of IT Experience in managing people. The ability to delegate. Knowledge and experience of volunteering and volunteer management.
Location: Homebased , we are here to support cats and kittens in Wolverhampton covering postcodes .
Hours: Our volunteer champion team leaders usually spend 3 to 4 hours per week in this role, which is flexible.
Expenses: Yes, Travel expenses
Our vision is a society where every cat has their best possible life because they are protected , cared for and understood by everyone .

Together In Penn Fields at Lea Road Community Church

Volunteer Programme Starting April 2024

Opportunity: Volunteer Programme (Starting in April 2024)
Are you interested in gaining new skills, building up aspirations and self-confidence, as well as give you a head start in looking for future education or steps to employment.
We are looking for committed and dedicated volunteers to support us in a brand-new Wolverhampton City incentive Volunteer Programme.
You will have your own volunteer portfolio which will be used to show records of achievement.
Be invited to attend multiple training opportunities, be involved in volunteering at the Together In Penn Fields Project as well as be invited to do outreach work with organisations within the city.
Requirements: Friendly, approachable, happy to join in. Reliable and trustworthy.
Location: Lea Road Community Church, Lea Road, Wolverhampton WV3 0LW
Hours: The hours are flexible in what you want to offer and what you would like to gain in return.
Expenses: Travel expenses can be made available
DBS: Yes Provided
We are welcoming, inclusive and diverse building and respect all people entering the building on what beliefs, race, values that hold.
We are requiring volunteers who are welcoming of all the above.

LearnPlay Foundation

Skills Champions
Opportunity: Skills Champions
We will be working with 20 volunteers who will engage with and give accredited training.
Once trained volunteers will then work with peers aged 16-29 year olds using interactive digital media & cutting edge technology focusing on marginalised YP, hidden NEETs & current claimants to highlight some of the career opportunities that are open to the young people across the city.
Volunteers will sign post to and encourage the uptake of opportunities citywide and help referrals to further relevant training.
Requirements: The right candidate will be keen, motivated and potentially be looking to use the volunteering opportunity as a route back to work .An induction period will include training and skills development around digital, employability as well as project management , positive communication, running activities reporting and website management which will be further developed during the volunteering experiences .There is also a possibility of an additional 10 days of training over the duration of the programme
To be confirmed with venues and volunteers however we anticipate that it will be 2-4 times per month.
Location: Training and induction will be at our office Chubb Building WV1 1HT then in venues across the city within the 10 priority wards.
Hours: To be confirmed with venues and volunteers however we anticipate that it will be 2-4 times per month
Expenses: Yes Travel & Lunch , other rewards include exposure to job opportunities and training ( both accredited and not accredited)
We are a digital media organisation with the overarching ambition to make a difference to people’s lives by empowering and enabling digital inclusion and access to digital skills

S&K Creative Artz Kidz CIC

Safeguarding Lead

Opportunity: Safeguarding Lead
• Provide support to volunteers/staff around any safeguarding issues or concerns
• Ensure safeguarding cases are referred to relevant professionals with support
• Ensure all staff and volunteers receive safeguarding training
• Ensure safeguarding policy is up to date and reviewed regularly linking to statutory policies and procedures guidance.
• Ensuring that all staff are fully trained in safeguarding and know how to spot and raise concerns.
• Help to maintain an effective staff supervision programme
• Has up to date regular safeguarding training to fulfil their role.
Requirements: Good communication skills .Ability to be proactive. Have good safeguarding training experience .Experience working with children and young people .Ability to work as a team player .There will be an induction meeting.
Location: Remote Home working
Hours: Monday-Friday (Maximum 3 days per week) Flexibility will be given for any holidays. Will work around the suitable person. Minimum commitment 6 months
Expenses: Yes when attending any face 2 face sessions or travelling to a community meeting. Travel expenses will be provided
DBS: Yes
To support children’s art talents by working with children aged 8-12 years old Providing art talents through digital art, drawing and painting.

Aspiring Futures

Aspiring Futures

Coram Beanstalk

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