► Developer of Learning Materials
Success4All is a social enterprise running Learning Hubs & Clubs for children & young people (8-18yrs) who most need it. Our motto is ‘Young People Learning from Each Other”. We believe that, by creating the right environment, young people learn best from each other. We provide alternative ways of education to children and young people (8-18yrs) who most need it. We tailor activities to what they want or provide one-to-one study/befriending support.
We can do this because we engage the intellect, skills & talents of other young people, whom we train to become tutor/befrienders or to run clubs and skills workshops.
We are an approved provider of the Mentoring & Befriending Foundation and a recognised centre for Open College Network (North East) and the AQA.
Recruitment and screening process for volunteers:
You will be asked to fill out a registration form, giving two references and if necessary, we will help you complete a CRB-check. You will also be invited for an interview and receive an induction training.
CRB required: Yes
Times you can volunteer (Morning, afternoon, evening): FLEXIBLE TIME, we will work around your term timetable, but mainly afternoons.
Description of role:
You will have the opportunity to apply your knowledge/enthusiasm of education and/or games to develop learning materials for primary and secondary school age children around academic writing and subject-related terminology (glossary). You will be working along children, young people, peer tutors/befrienders, youth worker and the director.
Specific skills required:
We welcome people who are energetic, enthusiastic and keen to apply their knowledge and/or expertise to a work-based setting.
Pre-placement requirements: (i.e. training (number of hours, specific times i.e. weekend), meeting with supervisor, references):
A visit to the office, an interview with the director and a registration form.