“The Youth are our Future.”
Working at the Julian Campbell Foundation can be a rewarding and useful experience – and there’s probably more ways of doing it than you might think.
As well as taking up a role in JCF, there are many other ways you can give your time – cheering, making a video blog, joining our campaigners, talking to the media and more.
To support and empower young people. Free training provided to achieve a Level 3 Mentoring qualification (awarded through NOCN, the National Open College Network).
Please contact us at info@Juliancampbellfoundation.org for more information.
Mentor training takes place over six weeks and comprises of:
- 2 week health and safety comprising of risk assessment, safeguarding, confidentiality etc
- 2 week project based assessment around aspects of mental health investigating causes of mental health in teenagers
- 2 week practice session to practice and develop skills to develop effective mentoring
In order to achieve a Level 3 mentoring qualification trainee mentors need two to three placements.