Oxford Nightline Training Form
Nothing you write here will be taken into consideration during the selection process.

All the information you submit on this form will be confidential to your trainers and the training organisers and will only be used for training purposes. After one year we will remove any personally identifiable data that you give us. You reserve the right to ask us to modify or remove the data you provide at any point.

In order to train with us, you need to be available for 3 consecutive weekends. These weekends are provisionally the 8th/9th, 15th/16th, and the 22nd/23rd of May. You'll need to be available for all 3 Saturdays or all 3 Sundays.

New forms will not be read until mid-April (when the next training cycle starts). We will start inviting prospective trainees to confirm their availability and place on training from the 19th of April. Please respond promptly to this email.

If you have any pressing questions about training next term, please don't hesitate to send us an email!

The information collected in this form is used to ensure that we can get in touch quickly and organise training as efficiently as possible.
Full Name: *
University: *
College (if at Oxford University): *
Subject or Course: *
Are you: *
Year (e.g. 1st, 2nd) *
Graduation Year: *
Age: *
Are you available to complete at least two full terms as a volunteer following the completion of training? *
In order to be eligible to be trained as a listening volunteer by Oxford Nightline, it is expected that an individual will spend at least two full terms as a volunteer. Unfortunately, if a volunteer is unable to meet this commitment then they will be unlikely to be accepted for training. In most cases, this means your last opportunity to train is Michaelmas Term (October) of your graduation year.
Is English your first language? *
Note that this does not affect your chance to train in any way!
Preferred Gender Pronouns (e.g. he/him): *
Gender: *
Mobile Number: *
Email Address: *
Do you have any unspent convictions? *
Please select “Yes” if you have any convictions that are not yet spent under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974. The term ‘convictions’ is used to refer to any sentences or disposals issued by a court. If all your convictions are spent, you can tick “No”. If you’re not sure if your convictions are unspent or spent, you can use a tool available at www.disclosurecalculator.org.uk and read guidance at hub.unlock.org.uk/roa. A conviction does not automatically prevent you from training - only those that would materially impact the work of a volunteer will lead to this. Our policy on disclosures of unspent convictions is available on our website. If you select "Yes", then we will send you an email asking you to provide more details.
Please list any Nightline volunteers or anyone training this term that you know: *
In which term do you want to train? *
Which day would you prefer? *
In order to train with us, you must be able to virtually attend either all three Saturdays (8th, 15th, 22nd of May) or all three Sundays (9th, 16th, 23rd of May).
Please confirm that you have access to a working webcam, microphone and Wifi connection. *
What other interests do you have? *
What experience do you have that might be useful or relevant? Please describe this and any personal experience that might be of relevance. *
How did you hear about Nightline and why did you decide to train? *
Consent: *
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