Opportunity: Prisoners families helpline volunteer

Organisation Name: Prisoners' families helpline

Organisation Name: Prisoners' families helpline
Cause/Interest: Families, Human and civil rights, Law and legal support, Offenders and ex-offenders
Listing End Date:
Skill Required: Interpersonal skills, Listening and communication, Mentoring and counselling
Type Of Activity: Advice information and support
Additional/Specific Suitability: Older People, University students, Those looking for work
Age/Gender Restrictions: Next steps
To apply for this role, please visit the following link: http://bttr.im/0pfqq

For any questions about the role please email: david.bruccoleri@prisonadvice.org.uk

For more information about Pact please see the following link: https://www.prisonadvice.org.uk/
Geographical Area(s): UK wide
Opportunity Type: Virtual/Remote
Requirements And Benefits: • Make a huge difference to prisoners and families
• Gain valuable experience and a strong awareness of the Criminal Justice System
• Gain practical skills and experience
• Develop skills and enhance your CV for future employment / volunteering opportunities
• Join a great team of supportive, respectful and caring individuals
Skill Required: Interpersonal skills, Listening and communication, Mentoring and counselling
Skills To Gain: Interpersonal skills
Times For The Opportunity: Monday AM, Monday PM, Monday Evening, Tuesday AM, Tuesday PM, Tuesday Evening, Wednesday AM, Wednesday PM, Wednesday Evening, Thursday AM, Thursday PM, Thursday Evening, Friday AM, Friday PM, Friday Evening, Saturday AM, Saturday PM, Sunday AM, Sunday PM
What Could Someone Gain From This Role?: Training
You will be required to undertake our Safeguarding and Professional Boundaries training online, as well as attending our role-specific Helpline training via Zoom. You will also have access to various other training modules on our new eLearning platform