New Ambassador Volunteer Induction training in Tiverton

By February 25, 2020 News No Comments

Are you a parent, carer and/or professional interested in championing change and influencing policy for children and young people with special educational needs or disability (SEND)?

The Ambassador Volunteer Project is about helping parents and carers become informed about SEND, to know how to access DiAS (Devon information advice and support) services and to have their voice heard. There are already 20 volunteers trained to be a link with their local communities, so why not come and join the project!

The next training session is:

Tue, 17 March 2020, 10am – 2.30pm
Petroc, Tiverton Campus-Business Hub, Bolham Road, Tiverton EX16 6SH 

By the end of the day you will:

  • Understand what the Ambassador Volunteer project is and how the volunteer role works as a link between parents/carers, the Parent Carer Forum Devon and SEND local offer services to influence change for children with SEND.
  • Have a greater awareness of DiAS services and how parents/carers can access information advice and support for children with SEND.
  • Understand the key principles of volunteering.

A light lunch and refreshments throughout the day are provided. You can book your place on Eventbrite.

If you are interested and would like to know how you could find out more about the project or become an Ambassador volunteer before registering for this session, please get in touch with our Ambassador Volunteer Coordinator- Megan Kenneally-Stone

PLEASE NOTE: You must take part in this training to become an Ambassador Volunteer in Devon. After the 1-day training those interested in continuing on to actively work in their communities as Ambassador Volunteer will be invited to a 1 to 1 planning session with the coordinator in order to match skills and interests with Ambassador Volunteer activities. At this meeting they will agree planned activities and support required for them to undertake their role as volunteer.

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