Learning Support Tutor

  • VO85626
  • One-off volunteering


At Lead Scotland we believe in the power of learning. We believe that offering disabled people and carers the right supportive environment in which to learn and grow enables the self-creation of positive futures in education, community involvement and work. We offer SCQF accredited formal learning and informal confidence building activities, core skills, digital skills, employability skills to disabled people and their that they will be able to actively contribute to their own communities and improve their own lives. We tailor support to individuals and groups as per their self-defined needs. This service is supported by volunteers who act as service deliverers and enablers who can provide dedicated one-to-one input, supporting participants into learning, training and/or volunteering opportunities as appropriate to need. “Learning is more than just an experience, learning builds your future.” A fantastic opportunity to help and make a difference. All volunteers are valued and provided with excellent training and ongoing support.

Organisation aims and objectives

Develop learning opportunities for diabled adults, support life long learning. Train and support volunteers in the delivery of LEAD services










1-2 hours per week


Experience required: Commitment to Lead Scotland’s vision, mission and policies – equal opportunities, disability equality, confidentiality, clear-air policy, complaints policy. Flexibility, literacy attainment, basic digital skills, patience and team working.
Travel details: Use of own car or public transport
Minimum age: 16


Expenses paid: Yes
Support: Named Contact For Volunteer

Last updated 5 months ago

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