Children's Residential Holiday Group Leader

What You'll Do: 

Our volunteers will be working with some truly incredible children and helping them have a break and a chance where they can get positive adult support. You will also gain full training in working with children and safeguarding. You’ll gain confidence, make a huge difference to the lives of these children and meet some incredible other like-minded volunteers.

Our projects happen in buildings we hire (usually residential schools or outdoor education centres) in rural locations relatively close to London and Birmingham. Unfortunately, we cannot cover travel costs to and from our project site (usually within an hour or so of London or Birmingham, in a rural location), however, we can provide car parking and, if you are coming by train, we can usually collect you from the nearest station. Once you are with us, all food, accommodation and activity costs are all covered by us. We also provide DBS checks for all of our volunteers and free training.

Summary
Volunteering
Mentor
Young People
London
United Kingdom
Birmingham
United Kingdom
0 Weeks Minimum
0 Hours / Week
Skills you will develop: 
Active listening
Teamwork
Adaptability
Communication
Motivating Others
Requirements: 
DBS check
Over 18 years old
Phone Interview

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