Education Workshop Facilitator (Home/S.W England & S Wales)

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Would you enjoy working with young people, sharing simple skills to build resilience to crisis in their local community? We are looking for people who are positive about young people and believe that they can make a difference. The workshops we deliver enable children and young people to understand, cope with and respond to crisis. The workshops cover a range of topics including first aid, empathy, migration and more. Our volunteers will be based at home, delivering short on-line workshops for groups of young people aged 10 – 19. We are looking for people who are available for either one morning, or one afternoon workshop a week and able to volunteer in the role for at least 6 months. You will need access to a reliable internet connection and a computer or laptop (we are unable to provide equipment for you). Our workshops enable young people to develop an understanding of their community. You will support them to develop mutual respect, build their confidence and willingness to help others. If you have previous experience that's great, but we can give full training and support if you are passionate about this and want to get involved. **Health and Safety Statement ** We take an individual approach to ensuring your safety. We may ask you to complete a simple risk assessment. We will also have a conversation with you to discuss any restrictions that may still be in place in your region and identify any adjustments you may need. This role is not exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974. All successful applicants are asked to sign a criminal record declaration appropriate for the role. If you have any questions before applying, please contact us at More about this role Volunteer role Digital Education Workshop Facilitator (Youth) Volunteer manager BRC Manager Where you will be based Home Why we want you We need volunteers to lead short interactive on-line workshops for young people to build on their humanitarian values and to develop their personal, social, emotional skills. The various workshops are designed to encourage mutual respect and understanding of the people in their community and build their confidence and willingness to help others. You will get the satisfaction of developing young people's skills and abilities and seeing them grow in confidence. What you will be doing • Lead interactive on-line workshops for young people using digital tools e.g. Zoom or Teams. • Evaluate workshops using simple feedback methods. • Be observed once a year so that we can give you feedback on how you're doing. • Give honest feedback to improve our education products and workshops. The skills you need • Willing to use digital tools to communicate with young people. • Access to a laptop or PC and an internet connection. • Responsible, organised, reliable, and able to work independently. • Adaptable and willing to try new digital education methods. • Passionate about exploring humanitarian issues and values. • Recognise the value of equality and supportive of equality and diversity • Ideally able to deliver at least one workshop per week at various times and days depending on need of the group. • Able to lead virtual workshops and interact with young people to support their learning. What's in it for you • The opportunity to make a real difference in people's lives • Meet new people and be part of a supportive and inclusive team • A great opportunity to develop your existing skills and gain new ones • Free training and ongoing personal development • Refund of reasonable travel and expenses spent while volunteering and attending training • Ongoing support to progress and be successful in your role • Joining the world's largest humanitarian organisation Disclaimer

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