Community Development Volunteers

  • VO68725


Description

We have exciting opportunities at HALLA – Harlaw Area Lifelong Learning Association to help in the community as a Development Volunteer. This can involve aspects such as looking at the learning needs of people around the Kaimhill School area, encouraging volunteering with the charity/association, help develop new programmes and classes at the Kaimhill Learning Centre, help prepare funding proposals and applications, act as a ‘face’ of the charity/Learning Centre and help with room bookings at the Learning Centre.
A fantastic opportunity to assist in the positive development of the Kaimhill community. Good support is provided to all volunteers e.g.: board members and part time admin. worker will always be there to help. All help is greatly appreciated. Please contact us on email: sandratindall.halla@gmail.com or tel.: 01224 861129 for further details.

Organisation aims and objectives

Promoting learning opportunities, particularly in the fields of healthy living, improving literacy, active citizenship, the recognition of achievement and employability, promoting a broad range of non-formal but structured group learning activities for public benefit. Supporting people of all ages, abilities and backgrounds to become more involved in planning their own learning programmes and their continued development. Engaging with the most vulnerable people and groups and planning programmes with them which will help them to reach their full potential. Working with young people to plan and support their own learning and achievement programmes. Offering guidance and support to groups and individuals who would like to broaden their learning opportunities and gain accreditation monitoring and evaluating the association’s activities with a view to ensuring continuous improvement.

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Restrictions

Experience required: Good communication skills, friendly and approachable.
Travel details: Based at the Kaimhill Community Learning Centre, Garthdee, Aberdeen. The Centre is on the numbers 1, 2 and 9 bus routes and there is also parking on the premises.
Minimum age: 17

Support

Expenses paid: Yes
Expenses details: Expenses paid monthly with proof of bus or car travel.
Training details: Good support and relevant training provided to all volunteers e.g.: board members and part time admin. worker will always be there to help. All help is greatly appreciated.
Support: Named Contact For Volunteer,
Wheelchair Access/Disabled Access Toilet

Last updated 4 months ago

Please note, organisations are currently experiencing a large volume of enquiries from people looking to help out. They may not always be able to meet this demand so please be patient, you may not receive a quick response or be assigned to a role.