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  • . If you enjoy sports or being with young people you can help too. You can even take part in sports. These volunteers took part in an inter-faith football match at Southall Park – the footballers who volunteered were members of different faith groups. There were teams from West Ealing Mosque, Emmanuel Church, a Polish team and a Somali team. Other volunteers helped in other ways - organising the match, advertising it, refereeing the match, and helping with refreshments and arrangements on the day. If you have been in the UK for at least 3 years, you can volunteer with the Police – all the people in this photo are volunteer policeman called Special Constables.
  • Anyone can volunteer – people with disabilities (Tony), and the next 3 slides show young, older, and even older (Elaine Mellon!)
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    • 1. Welcome! VOLUNTEERING for ESOL STUDENTS Lizzie Saunders Manager Ealing Volunteer Centre
    • 2. We will cover… What is volunteering? Why should I volunteer? What else do I need to know? How can Ealing Volunteer Centre help? How do I start volunteering?
    • 3. What is volunteering?
    • 4. Why should I volunteer?
    • 5. Why should I volunteer? Meet new people Learn new skills Improve your English Practise speaking Gain confidence Learn English expressions & customs Get up-to-date job references Help other people It’s fun!
    • 6. What else do I need to know?
    • 7. What else do I need to know? You don’t get paid Travel expenses should be reimbursed You can volunteer when you are on benefits Volunteer for 100 hours
    • 8. Why should I volunteer?
    • 9. 100 hours certificate Include travel and training time We will give you a ROVA booklet Write down your hours When you have completed 100 hours phone Ealing Volunteer Centre We will give you a certificate
    • 10. Why should I volunteer?
    • 11. What do I do next?
    • 12. Visit Ealing Volunteer Centre Think about what you enjoy doing Think about when you want to volunteer Make an appointment - phone Ealing Volunteer Centre on 0800 652 3183 We will send you a form to fill in
    • 13. How to get to Ealing Volunteer Centre Southall College Ealing Volunteer Centre
    • 14. How to get to Ealing Volunteer Centre Buses on Uxbridge Road • 207, 427 • Bedford Road bus stop, West Ealing • Opposite Dean Gardens Train • West Ealing Station
    • 15. Why should I volunteer?
    • 16. Why should I volunteer?
    • 17. How do I start volunteering?
    • 18. How do I start volunteering? Arrange a visit Find out about the work they do Find out how you will help them Find out how you will be supported and supervised You may need to give two references Be patient - Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) checks take time AFTER THE VISIT…
    • 19. Decide to volunteer!
    • 20. Thank you! VOLUNTEERING for ESOL STUDENTS Lizzie Saunders Ealing Volunteer Centre Freephone 0800 652 3183
    • 21. Question time
    • 22. Lizzie Saunders Ealing Volunteer Centre Freephone 0800 652 3183
    • 23. www.do-it.org.uk

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