Volunteering

    Volunteering 

    What Training We Offer                                       Why Volunteer With Us

    What Can You Do To Volunteer

    Volunteering opportunities are open to anyone over the age of 18 – provided that you are not barred from working with vulnerable people. Volunteering is flexible and there is no minimum or maximum commitment.

    We particularly welcome people who have learning difficulties who are already members of One-to-One to go on to be volunteers helping other members to be more independent. Volunteers receive out of pocket expenses, free training, supervision, and support to do their volunteering.

    Volunteering with us starts with you attending our ‘Train to be a Volunteer’ course, to help you decide if you want to be a volunteer. The course leads to an entry level certificate from the Open College Network.

    If you want to volunteer you will meet with our Volunteer Manager to discuss your volunteering placement and to complete a Membership Form and Support Agreement. We also require two references and in most cases a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check.

    Why Volunteer With Us?

    Volunteering with us will help you:

    Learn new skills or use your skills and abilities

    Get an accredited qualification

    Make new friends

    Give something back to you community

    Help a charity meet their goal

    Improve your understanding about Learning Difficulty and Disability

    Help others

    If you would like to become a volunteer, you can fill in and submit our registration forms to nusrath@one-to-one-enfield.co.uk

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