- Location: Carramar NSW
- Commitment: Regular - more than 6 months
- Category: Migrant Services
One Sunday per month
- Wheelchair Access
Type of work
- Education & Training
- Fundraising & Events
- Marketing, Media & Communications
- Tutoring & Coaching
You will be trained by the existing team through a combination of a written training guide as well as through participation in training sessions.
Lunch is always provided and any equipment or supplies needed for you to perform your role will be supplied.
- Working with Children Check *
* May be arranged via the Organisation. Details to be provided on expression of interest.
The role requires volunteers who are available one Sunday a month to deliver the dynamic induction training session, which all new members of the organisation must attend.
The day involves presenting key information about the organisation, introducing the programs it offers and highlighting the important procedures and policies of ARV.
The session is both very informative and engaging; therefore, it is necessary for trainers to have confidence, clear communication and good time-management skills.
We welcome applications from experienced trainers, or those who are looking to expand on their training qualifications.
Joining the ARV admin team is an excellent way to gain employable experience, understand how a non-for-profit organisation operates, and contribute to the growth and success of an amazing entirely volunteer-run organisation. As an ARV trainer you will play a key role in ensuring that all new members of the organisation undergo quality training and that they are left with a positive first impression of ARV; thereby, maintaining the organisation’s integrity and growth.
Training sessions are held once a month at the STARTTS Carramar headquarters. Trainers are required to arrive at 9 am to help set-up the presentation, and the day usually goes until 3:30 pm.
Our next training day is Sunday, 1 December.
ARV is a volunteer-run charity based in Sydney’s western suburbs that offers recreational programs and camps for refugee children in the Sydney area.
ARV programs provide essential recreational and developmental opportunities for children, families and adults which ease loneliness and isolation and improve physical and mental health. We are non-religious and non-political - All we are interested in is improving the lives of the kids and families we work with and providing our volunteers with a safe, fun and passionate environment to make a difference in!