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Gain confidence.

Trying something new through volunteering builds a real sense of achievement in turn gaining confidence.


Meet people.

Meet different kinds of people through volunteering and make new friends.


Learn new skills.

Gain experience, new skills and even opportunities to gain qualifications.


Make a difference.

Volunteering can have a very valuable positive affect on people, your local community and society in general.


Be part of your community.

Volunteering will help you feel part of something outside your friends and family.


Challenge yourself.

Try something different, discover hidden talents and achieve personal goals through volunteering.


HAVE FUN!

Most volunteers have a great time, feel pride and a sense of achievement, regardless of why they do it.

Volunteer Passport Training

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Who the Volunteer Passport is for:

The Volunteer Passport is for anyone who volunteers or is interested in volunteering in the future.


Why you should get a Volunteer Passport:

* It demonstrates commitment, enthusiasm, awareness and the skills needed to volunteer.

* It helps build on previous volunteering, work, life and training experience.

* It demonstrates commitment, enthusiasm, awareness and the skills needed to volunteer.


The core sessions involve:

* Equality, diversity and inclusion

* Keeping yourself and others safe

* First aid

* Person centered approach

If you would like to book on this free short course, please contact volunteercentre@communityactionbolsover.org or call 07870 208866. Thank you

Location: Adult Community Education Centre, Castle Lane, Bolsover, S44 6PP (at the side of The Pillar of Rock)