Positive Voices Speaker
Terrence Higgins Trust (Brighton)
The Positive Voices Programme consists of a team of volunteers who provide information talks and sessions to schools and other organisations about their personal experiences of living with HIV. The aim is to provide a personal perspective on what it is like to live with HIV whilst also encouraging better understanding of HIV, dispelling myths and reinforcing HIV prevention messages.
The right volunteer will support us in:
- Providing schools, community groups, voluntary, statutory and private organisations with a personal perspective on living with HIV.
- Providing short, factual approved presentations on HIV and/or Terrence Higgins Trust
- Raising awareness of issues related to living with HIV .
- Representing people living with HIV at meetings and other public events to ensure their needs are represented.
- Excellent communication skills.
- Confident speaking in public.
- Reliable & Punctual.
Benefits to the volunteer
- Full training provided.
- Reimbursement of out of pocket expenses where possible.
- Support and supervision.
- References given subject to THT policy.
- Opportunity to undertake accredited training programmes.
- Opportunity to develop and update skills and gain new experiences.
As part of this role, volunteers would be required to travel to deliver different talks in and around Brighton and Hove.
When do I need to be available?
|Details||We would like volunteers to commit to roughly 3-4 hours per week for a minimum of 6 months.|
Where does this role take place?
314-320 Gray's Inn Road
- Disabled Access
- Equal Opportunities Policy or Statement
Reimburse travel costs and up to £5.00 for lunch.
- Health and Safety
All volunteers will completed the volunteer induction.
- Insurance Cover for Volunteers
- Appropriate for (e.g. 18+, LGBT, BME, Women only)
Support on Offer
All volunteers will be supported by a volunteer manager.
induction training role specific training