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  • Volunteer Visitor Guide

    Safeside - West Midlands Fire Service

    This opportunity is ongoing, with no end date.

    A volunteer Visitor Guide assists the West Midlands Fire Service in educating Primary School children by taking small groups around a fun, interactive, life-size Safety Village, teaching them about safety issues relating to fire safety, road safety, personal safety, water safety and lots more. Thank you for your interest in becoming a Volunteer Visitor Guide If you would like to apply to be a Volunteer Visitor Guide, please go to the website Safeside.org.uk, click on "Volunteer", on that menu click on "Apply Online" and then complete the details online. This role would require you to be over 16 years old and have availability some time during the week Monday to Friday daytime. Alternatively, if you would prefer an application pack sent to you in the post, please contact us on volunteer@wmfs.net and we will be happy to send one out to you. If you would like further information, please contact us on 0121 380 6074 Thank you

    • Activity TypesEducation, Health/Medical/First Aid, Working with Children
    • CommitmentFlexible
    • Teamwork
    • Self-management
    • Communication and Literacy
    • Problem solving
  • Community Volunteer

    Safeside - West Midlands Fire Service

    This opportunity is ongoing, with no end date.

    A Community Volunteer delivers key safety messages to vulnerable groups who are new to the community using the “Welcome to the West Midlands” presentation, along with assisting the West Midlands Fire Service to deliver other prevention based activities. If you would like to apply to be a Community Volunteer, please email us at volunteer@wmfs.net, with your postal address and we will send an application pack out to you by post. For further information, please ring on 0121 380 6074 Please note: This role would require you to be over 18 years old

    • Activity TypesAdvice/Guidance, Education, Health/Medical/First Aid
    • CommitmentFlexible
    • Teamwork
    • Self-management
    • Communication and Literacy
    • Problem solving
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    Sense Holiday volunteer

    Sense

    This opportunity is ongoing, with no end date. Applications closed on 31 Aug.

    Sense Holidays provide opportunities for holiday makers - deafblind children, young people and adults - to have fun, try new things and meet new people. Our enthusiastic volunteers bring the programme to life! We have short breaks in February, Easter, May and October and week-long summer holidays.

    • CommitmentOne-off Project, Multiple Days a Week
    • Activity TypesHealth/Medical/First Aid, Working with Children
    • Teamwork
    • Self-management
    • Problem solving
  • Inclusive Play Volunteer - Queensbury School

    Midland Mencap

    This opportunity is ongoing, with no end date.

    Midland Mencap runs an after school club at Queensbury School which gives children and young people with additional needs the chance to develop friendships and try out a variety of activities. If you are energetic and creative with brilliant interpersonal skills, we would love to hear from you!

    • Activity TypesEducation, Health/Medical/First Aid, Mental health, Working with Children
    • CommitmentMultiple Days a Week
    • Teamwork
    • Communication and Literacy
    • Problem solving
  • Volunteer Dance Teacher

    Midland Mencap

    This opportunity is ongoing, with no end date.

    We are looking for highly-skilled Volunteer Dance Teachers to facilitate accessible dance sessions for people with learning disabilities. If you are reliable and enthusiastic with qualifications in any form of dance, we would love to hear from you!

    • Activity TypesArts, Culture and Heritage, Education, Health/Medical/First Aid, Mental health, Sport and Leisure
    • CommitmentFlexible
    • Teamwork
    • Self-management
    • Communication and Literacy
  • Inclusive Play Volunteer - Weoley Castle

    Midland Mencap

    This opportunity is ongoing, with no end date.

    Midland Mencap’s Play Scheme and Short Breaks Service operates from the Enterprise Hub in Weoley Castle and gives children with additional needs the chance to make friends and try out a variety of activities. If you are energetic with brilliant interpersonal skills, we would love to hear from you!

    • Activity TypesHealth/Medical/First Aid, Mental health, Sport and Leisure, Working with Children
    • CommitmentFlexible
    • Teamwork
    • Communication and Literacy
    • Problem solving
  • Volunteer Tutor

    The Access Project

    This opportunity is ongoing, with no end date.

    The Access Project are looking for volunteers to give one hour a week to tutor a student in Birmingham. Tutors see the impact their time has on the lives of local young people and develop mentoring and communication skills that are of huge benefit to their employers.

    • Activity TypesAdvice/Guidance, Education, Working with Children
    • CommitmentFlexible, Weekly commitment
    • Application of Information Technology
    • Application of Numeracy
    • Communication and Literacy
    • Problem solving
  • Academic Coach

    CoachBright

    This opportunity takes place between 24 Oct 2017 and 16 Jan 2018. Applications closed on 28 Sep.

    We're looking for students to work with Birmingham school pupils from low income families to help them access university. Volunteers will be paired with Year 10 pupils from West Walsall Academy, and they’ll meet for 1 hour/week for 7 weeks to do 1-1 coaching around a particular subject.

    • Activity TypesAdvice/Guidance, Education, Working with Children
    • CommitmentWeekly commitment
    • Teamwork
    • Self-management
    • Communication and Literacy
  • Visitor Welcome Volunteer

    Dudley Canal and Tunnel Trust

    This opportunity is ongoing, with no end date.

    Help every visitor make the most of their day by giving them the information they need. You will act as a point of contact to all visitors to Dudley Canal and Tunnel Trust and work as part of a team to man a welcome area in the foyer or the ticket barriers in the shop.

    • Activity TypesArts, Culture and Heritage, Conservation and Environment, Education, Working with Children
    • CommitmentFlexible, Multiple Days a Week, Weekly commitment
    • Teamwork
    • Self-management
    • Business and Customer Awareness
    • Communication and Literacy
    • Problem solving
  • Drop In Project Volunteer

    Base 25

    This opportunity is ongoing, with no end date.

    Base 25 is a young person information and advice centre offering a daily drop in service which provides young people with support in relation to: emotional well-being, relationships, housing, training and employment, sexual health, confidence and self-esteem.

    • Activity TypesAdvice/Guidance, Education, Mental health, Working with Children
    • CommitmentOngoing Project, Weekly commitment
    • Teamwork
    • Self-management
    • Communication and Literacy
    • Problem solving
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