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Central Liverpool Caseworker Volunteer

Key Information

When

Start date to suit volunteer

Where

Central Liverpool
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A Caseworker is someone who carries out welfare work for the RAF Association. Welfare work is about making a visit and listening to an individual to assess their needs to find out how the Association can provide help and support to them. Support can include anything from helping put a client with a recent disability in touch with social services in order for them to put in an application for a downstairs wet room to putting in an application to the RAF Association for funding for a new kettle for a client who cannot afford to replace their broken one.

What's Involved

Training required

Full accredited training, through 'AIM', is provided for this role and volunteers will gain this qualification after completing their course. It will equip them with the resources and knowledge required to carry out the role successfully.

Time commitment

Flexible hours. Possible commitment of two or three hours a week, when there are cases in your area.

Skills and attributes required

Volunteers need to be confident with speaking and listening to people and writing short reports as well as proficient with IT.