Volunteer Application Form
Thank you for your interest in volunteering for Didcot TRAIN Youth Project. The information you provide in this application form will help us decide how you might be able to help us. It is really helpful if you can give us as much information as possible about your experiences, interests and availability to volunteer. If you have any questions about this form, please do not hesitate to contact us. Please complete all sections of the form and send it.
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First name(s):
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Surname:
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Date of Birth:
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Address:
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Postcode:
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Email:
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Mobile/Tel No:
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Occupation:
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Your Interests and Experience
How did you hear of this opportunity?
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Please could you tell us something about yourself (interests, skills, experiences that have led you to want to work with TRAIN).
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Please list your last obtained qualification and any other qualification that might be relevant to the role atTRAIN (academic, professional or other).
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In a few sentences please explain what you as an individual could bring to the role you are applying for and how that might benefit the young people you will work with *
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Are there any other voluntary roles you currently undertake?
Your Availability
Are you applying for a specific role? (If yes, please choose which one) *
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Area of interest for volunteering (tick one or more):
Amount of time you can offer and when (e.g. one evening per week, half a day a week, one evening a month etc.):
Frequency:
What days and at what time are you available? Doesn't matter
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Would you also be interested in taking part in ad hoc events, which may be other days or weekends, e.g. trips and residentials?
References
1. Referee's Name:
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Address:
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Email:
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Tel. No.:
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Relationship with this person:
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Length of time known:
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2. Referee's Name:
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Address:
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Tel. No.:
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Relationship with this person:
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Length of time known:
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Declaration of Criminal Records
As a charity TRAIN has a duty to protect the young people we work with. All volunteers will be required to undergo a DBS check.
Have you ever been convicted of a criminal offence, or cautioned, reprimanded or given a final warning by the police (“spent” or “unspent”)?
Are you disqualified from working with children / vulnerable or protected adults?
Are you aware of any police enquiries following allegations made against you, which may have a bearing on your suitability for the role?
If “YES” please give details of all offences, penalties and/or police enquiries and dates on a separate sheet in a sealed envelope, marked confidential, for the attention of the Team Administrator.
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Are you registered with the DBS Update service?
Declaration
TRAIN is working towards equal opportunities in employment. We aim to ensure that no applicant or employee receives less favourable treatment on the ground of race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin, sex, age or disability.
Please give any further information, which we may need to know on a separate sheet of paper.
I confirm that the information I have given is correct and complete and I understand that any false statements or omissions may result in my volunteering with TRAIN being terminated.
I understand that any volunteer appointment will be subject to an enhanced disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service.
Please note a criminal record is not necessarily a bar to obtaining a volunteer position.
Sending the application form you agree to following the declaration.
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