IT Mentor (CSVA)
Brewing Friendships is an exciting new pilot project being run out of Ewell United Reform Church.
The Project aims to assist people who attend weekly sessions to learn skills to help them be more resilient and self sufficient in the future by counter acting the impact of isolation on vulnerable members of the community.
They are currently looking for an IT savvy Volunteer who is willing to mentor others by sharing there computer skills knowledge with vulnerable members in need of guidance.
What skills do I need?
The Organisation requires someone who is reliable, friendly, patient, and comfortable chatting to others.
A good level of IT skills is of course also a must.
Brewing Friendships (CSVA)
- Mental Health
- Older People
- Advice and Information
- IT and Websites
- Marketing, PR, Social Media
- Teaching, Training and Coaching
- Age restrictions
- DBS check required
- Equal Opportunities Policy
- Expenses reimbursed
- Health and Safety Policy
- Ongoing support
- Training provided
- Volunteer induction
- Volunteer Policy
- Volunteers covered by insurance
When can I volunteer?
1pm – 4.30pm The life of each group is for six weeks with one week break in-between each group. As much as possible, we would like the volunteers to be available for each group of 6-sessions, however they don’t have to be available for all of the groups throughout the year.
Ewell United Reform Church
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