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Volunteer Training Resources – Covid-19

Volunteers are central to the work of countless charities and other voluntary and community organisations and have been throughout the Covid-19 pandemic. They are a valuable presence in many communities, making a difference in places as diverse as sports clubs, libraries, schools, hospitals and residential areas.

There are a number of volunteer based training resources available including:

Psychological First Aid Digital Training - Public Health England
Yesterday PHE launched an updated Psychological First Aid (PFA) digital training module, aimed at all frontline and essential workers and volunteers. The course aims to increase awareness and confidence to provide psychosocial support to people affected by COVID-19. The course is free, and no previous qualifications are required. It takes around 90 minutes to complete and is also available in three sessions for the learner to complete at their own pace. By the end of the course, outcomes will include: understanding how emergencies like the COVID-19 pandemic can affect us, recognising people who may be at increased risk of distress and understanding how to offer practical and emotional support.

For more information and to take part visit:

Safeguarding Training and Resources for Covid-19 Volunteers - Trafford Strategic Safeguarding Partnership

Safeguarding for Covid-19 Volunteers – Trafford Strategic Safeguarding Partnership

Safeguarding information for Volunteers factsheet and a Domestic Abuse factsheet.

Other free Safeguarding e-learning courses available from the Trafford Strategic Safeguarding Partnership
Courses included:
An introduction to Adverse Childhood Experiences
Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE)
Child Trafficking
Dementia Awareness
Female Genital Mutilation
Fire Safety for Professionals visiting Families
Forced Marriage Awareness
Modern Slavery
Prevent Awareness
Suicide Prevention
Talking to your children about emotional resilience and self-harm
Understanding Animal Welfare in Violent Homes
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