Advice Work training Project
Participants attend a one-year training course to learn the skills and knowledge needed to become an advice worker. They volunteer for two days per week for a year, one day doing a comprehensive training course and the other volunteering in an advice centre in Tower Hamlets.
The training covers advice skills – policies and practices in advice such as interviewing, case recording, negotiation skills, letter writing, confidentiality, equal opportunities, welfare benefits, housing, debt, employment, immigration and an outline of consumer rights.
The volunteering work placement involves carrying out advice and advocacy work duties including interviewing clients, assisting with basic advice, form filling, helping with basic advice issues, etc.
For further information:
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 0208 756 0521
Law Students – Advice Work Placements
We offer voluntary work placements. Work will involve interviewing clients, assisting with welfare rights, debt and housing enquiries, doing follow-up letters and casework. All the work is supervised and there are some training sessions available. You must be available for one full-day per week for a minimum of 6 months (preferably longer).
To download a copy of the volunteer application packs, click on the relevant links below: