Citizens Advice Bucks is passionate about supporting volunteers, so much so that we invest heavily in their training. Citizens Advice training is renowned throughout charities and society as being the most comprehensive, where we take volunteers from having no experience to becoming fully qualified to give housing, benefits, debt, immigration and all kinds of advice.
The Training Co-ordinator volunteer role supports our Trainer to help 100 volunteers get the training they need. This involves arranging internal and external courses, dealing with course providers, helping to arrange training events and co-ordinating communications across our committed group of volunteers all working to make a huge difference to the lives of some 10,000-12,000 people a year with some 36,000 problems.
Getting involved with Citizens Advice can be a springboard into a career with us, many whom start volunteering go on into paid roles in the organisation, or it could be a fascinating, interesting and varied volunteer role where you will be making a huge difference to the lives of others.Either way we guarantee you a workplace where your hard work will make a difference, you will be celebrated and have the opportunity to grow and learn.
At Citizens Advice, we particularly welcome volunteers and staff who have disability, mental health, neurodiversity, LGBTQI, as well as people from every ethnicity or religion. We are ultimately committed to serving all of our communities in Buckinghamshire and ensuring our staff and volunteers represent those communities. We celebrate our cultural differences, and give people the freedom to authentically express their religion, cultures, personalities and creativity at work. Uniqueness is powerful, we want our beneficiaries, staff and volunteers to be themselves.