4-5 hours per month on average. Hours and days are entirely flexible and agreed to suit the tasks and the volunteer. Evening talks are the most common.
Basic on-line or paper Induction modules are optional for this role and a host of other free of charge training courses are available for personal development.
We are looking for a reliable, diligent, confident and personable volunteer who likes public speaking or who wants to develop this skill and will present the charity in a very positive light in the community. Experience is desired but not essential.
Supported by the Volunteer Co-ordinator, this is a really worthwhile and enjoyable role delivering talks about Leonard Cheshire and disability to the public in community venues.
Pre-prepared slides and IT projection equipment are available. The volunteer will meet new people, gain skills, broaden horizons and have lots of fun. The role may be particularly suited to persons with disability who can speak from personal experience.
A car and driving licence is desirable but not essential.