As a Volunteer Trainer you’ll help FoodCycle staff to deliver key training to other FoodCycle volunteers, either remotely or in-person. Current training session options are listed below:
• Check-in and Chat safeguarding
• Project Leader safeguarding
• Conflict Management
What experience do I need?
You don’t need to have any previous experience – you just need to be confident speaking to and motivating people!
We’ll give you training and support, and you’ll develop a whole raft of skills that will look great on your CV.
How much time do I need to commit?
The suggested minimum time commitment for the Volunteer Trainer role is 3 hours a month.
A Project Leader is a slightly more senior volunteer role, with extra training to help you feel confident supporting the volunteers and ensuring everyone has a good time! All Project Leaders are DBS checked.
The suggested minimum time commitment is 3 hours a month. We would ideally ask you to commit to 6 months of volunteering (longer if you can).
You can claim travel expenses, including mileage, in line with our volunteer policy.
All volunteers must be over the age of 18.
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