We ensure that people with living experience are fully involved in the design, delivery and review of all of our courses. We welcome volunteers with fresh ideas and people who want to make a difference. There are a range of ways that you can volunteer; we will provide training and support to help you fulfil the role that’s best for you.
Board Member - for people who are happy to represent the views of students in board meetings. This role could be for you if you have or would like to get experience of board meetings and are happy to represent the views of students through the 'Have Your Say Cafés'.
Course Reviewer - for those that are interested in helping to develop courses as part of a team. We want to hear people’s experiences of being a course participant and to establish a team to review all courses.
Peer Facilitator - using your living experience to help support and facilitate courses and groups. You will work alongside the course tutor with our small groups of students, sharing your knowledge and experiences.
E-reviewer - for those that prefer to work on their own reviewing REACH documents, courses and paperwork. You will need to be computer literate and have access to a computer.
Wellbeing Buddies - help support students by meeting and greeting them, operating a ‘walking taxi’ from the nearest public transport and encouraging them to access courses to meet their needs. If you are a people person, good with others and have experience of knowing how tough it can be going into somewhere for the first time, then this role is for you.
To get any more information or to discuss being involved please call 01702 213134 and ask for Isla or email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have any questions please contact us on 01702 213134 or email email@example.com