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Volunteer Peer Educator - various locations - # 186225

Combined Pensioners and Superannuation Association of NSW Inc. (CPSA)

Are you 60 or over and interested in health issues? Would like to help your own community? Full training will be provided through adult education and health training facilitators.

Health Promotion Service for Older People (HPSOP) needs volunteers who can speak, read and write English and/or other language/s well. The volunteers will deliver education sessions either face to face or via zoom sessions to groups of seniors in their local areas.

Excellent training will be provided. Volunteers will receive two full days ‘presentation skills’ and 2½ hours ‘working with an interpreter’ training. Volunteers will also receive training on the various health topics which will be delivered to the communities.

No previous training or experiences are necessary, and all training will be provided at no cost. All costs incurred in carrying out volunteer work will be reimbursed by the service. Volunteering in HPSOP is very flexible and should not affect other commitments which volunteers may have.

HPSOP is funded by the Western Sydney Local Health District and auspiced by the Combined Pensioners and Superannuants Association of NSW Inc., to provide free health education sessions to English and multicultural communities.

Presentation Skills Training: 20 and 21 March 2023 Working with an Interpreter Training: 28 March 2023 Health Topics Training: Starting from May 2023 Application closes on 13 March 2023.

If you are interested in this position, please ask for a volunteer information pack which includes a volunteer job description and an application form. An email contact will be provided in the return email which you will receive when submitting interest in this role online.

Benefits: Helping members of your community.