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The latest news, opportunities and events for our amazing volunteers

Volunteer Engagement Events

Learn new skills, hear from inspiring speakers and improve your awareness of important topics with our Volunteer Engagement Events. With a range of sessions and times to choose from (all held via Zoom), you’re sure to find something to interest you. Sign up now and secure your spot.

As one of our incredible volunteers, we’re here to support you and help you get the most out of your time with us.

From training courses to engagement events and even ways to get involved with us on social media, here you’ll find all the latest news and opportunities for Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland volunteers.

Please note, these opportunities are for current volunteers only.

Dementia Awareness

With Professor June Andrews, a specialist in improving the public understanding of dementia.

26 May or 29 September

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Intelligent Kindness

With Tommy Whitelaw, the National Lead for Caring and Outreach at Health & Social Care Alliance Scotland.

13 June

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Deaf Awareness

With Malaika Rose, a volunteer on our Accessibility Group, who has lived with Deafness since she was seven months old.

2 June, 5 September or 6 December

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Aphasia Awareness

With Jackie Slater, our Aphasia Development Manager; Lindsay, a volunteer on our Accessibility Group; and Fiona, a volunteer who has aphasia.

8 June or 1 September

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Condition Awareness Training

The course will introduce you to the main conditions that affect our service users – their causes and effects – as well as some life stories of people with the lived experiences of said conditions.

16 June, 6 September, 7 December

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Join our Facebook Group

Want to be the first to hear about all the latest volunteering news and opportunities? Join our Facebook Group to find out what’s going on, share your volunteering stories and chat to fellow Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland volunteers across the country.

The group is private and you must be a current volunteer to join.

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Volunteer Portal

From training information to important documents and policy updates, you’ll find everything you need to know in the Volunteer Portal.

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