The Cyber Ambassador scheme skills-up a small number of students in education settings on key online safety issues. These informed students then pass on their learning and offer helpful support to their peers promoting good digital citizenship and civility.
Volunteers will support the scheme coordinator within the classroom with the children or young people participating in the training.
This may include;
- Helping students with an activity
- Delivering part of the session
- Handing out and collecting resources
- Taking photos
- Liaising with teachers
- Classroom management
There is also opportunity to highlight current cyber issues to the coordinator and help develop the programme/new activities.
Open to those interested in working in the community including students (may be of specific interest to those studying Cyber related fields, Teaching, Sociology, Psychology or Childhood and Youth Studies). Volunteers must have:
- Ability to travel independently
- Interest in the digital world and awareness of current online issues
- Confidence to work with children and young people
- Plenty of enthusiasm
- Good timekeeping
Will vary depending on the setting but most are likely to be accessible
- Age restrictions
- DBS check required
Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner can arrange this for you
- Equal Opportunities Policy
- Expenses reimbursed
- Health and Safety Policy
- Ongoing support
- Recruitment Process
- Training provided
- Volunteer induction
- Volunteer Policy
- Volunteers covered by insurance
- Written role description
When can I volunteer?
Start Date: 10/09/2019
End Date: 10/09/2021
3 and a half hours sessions, usually taking place from 9am-12.30pm or 9.30-1pm on weekdays
This opportunity is available Countywide.