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Topics covered include organisational understanding, skill based leadership, including presentation skills, planning event management and fundraising.
Skill Based Volunteer Training Programme (SBVTP)
SBVTP is an opportunity for young people aged between 16-25 to become volunteers and increase their current and develop new skills in order to be more involved in their community.
The training helps build their confidence and increase their job prospects.
By the end of the training they would have develop skills in; planning, delivering and events management, fundraising, researching & analysing data as well as communication & team work.
After the training they deliver an Awareness Outreach Programme to Community Organisations, youth centres, schools or colleges and thereby building their CV!
We successfully trained 3 young people; they then went on to deliver awareness campaigns around Enfield Borough
In the month of October, The Shane Project trained 6 young people (aged 16-25 years) through their Skills Based Volunteer Training Programme (SBVTP). Three went on to deliver an Awareness Raising Outreach in schools, and the other three led and organised the MS Awareness Fundraising event.
The fundraising event was held in order to sustain and enhance the services TSP provides.
The day was packed with games, raffles, and socialising. Friends and families came along, had a good time and were informed on Multiple Sclerosis.
Thanks to our SBVTP trainees who organised an MS Awareness fundraiser event, and made sure the day ran smoothly.
We would like to also thank their families for the money raised, donating items, giving their time, baking and supporting us on the day.
We also would like to thank all the volunteers for their hard work and commitment on the day!
Our community events are aimed at raising awareness about MS and highlighting the fact that it can affect anyone including BME people.
This campaign also aims to educate the public about the impact of MS on individuals and families affected, particularly for those from BME communities where stigmatisation and prejudice is still an issue.