About Organisation Acknowledging Youths CIC delivers high-quality training courses, and provides support with internships and work experience for young people who want to succeed in the world of work. We know about the challenges facing young people in the modern job market, and we know how to make the most of their strengths to overcome them. Our organisation aims to fully involve volunteers in the work of the organisation. Volunteers can be part of different sectors such as out reach work, business administration, sales, marketing, fundraising, HR, accounts etc. Acknowledging Youths CIC recognises that participation by volunteers is an essential and complementary element to the work of paid staff. The principle objective is to improve the effectiveness and extend the services of the center. Opportunities for Development Not all volunteers are looking for development in their role but for those that are you should try to tailor your support to meet their needs.
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Why it's a great idea:
Positive motives for volunteering at Acknowledging Youths CIC: Gaining new skills, knowledge and experience Developing existing skills and knowledge Enhancing a CV Improving one’s employment prospects Gaining an accreditation Using one’s professional skills and knowledge to benefit others Our Mission Our mission is to work in close partnership with local businesses, schools and the wider community to encourage young people and adults in raising their aspirations as well as making a positive contribution to their development in this society. Ultimately, by supporting them in building up their confidence and improving their social, mental and educational well being. Acknowledging Youths CIC is aiming to improve the prospects of young people and adults. We want to create better chances for them. It is our aim to increase young people and adult’s confidence and economic well-being. This will ensure that all our objectives, goals and values stay effective.
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Training AY Group offer training for all its volunteers, this will enable the volunteer to: Training helps new volunteers get to know the people, the program, and the job quickly and efficiently. Training your volunteers establishes that there is a minimum competency that all volunteers are expected to obtain. Many volunteers see training as a benefit of being part of an organization. Training teaches them skills that may be helpful to them elsewhere, and may even help them get a paying job. Training publicly acknowledges a necessary level of proficiency. By training your volunteers, you are making the statement that the organization is professional and capable of doing important work and doing it well. Some organizations use training as a "weeding out" technique, making sure that volunteers who have signed up will be likely to live up to their commitments. DBS checks are free of charge for volunteers.
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