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157 Education & Training volunteer opportunities in Queensland QLD found

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Computer Literacy Tutor

  • Location: Varsity Lakes QLD
  • Category: Community Services

Do you have the experience and knowledge to be able to teach Seniors computer literacy. Through the "Be" Connected" program our community center is providing sessions for Seniors to learn computer basics so the can stay connected. This will require someone who is patient and can explain the "how to" to people working through a self paced computer literacy course. 9.45am - 12.15pm Thursday

Domestic & Family Violence Community Information Volunteer

  • Location: Southport QLD
  • Category: Community Services

Volunteers who are available to provide information to females from a Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Background are required to assist and support the delivery of this project to women (CALD) in the community. If you have the ability to speak another language or be an interpreter and the compassion/ empathy to identify with this community project, you will be making a difference and positive changes within the community. Days and times are negotiable and flexibility is required.

Christmas Creek Biodiversity Restoration

  • Location: Morningside QLD
  • Category: Environment & Conservation

Join CVA as we partner with members of Lamington Landcare Group to remove weeds growing along the upper reaches of Christmas Creek and its tributaries and plant native species to re-generate this region. By carrying out this work we envisage an increase in the abundance and spread of native plants which will create more suitable habitat for animal species.

Volunteer Presenters/Educators for First Aid in Schools Program

  • Location: Maroochydore QLD
  • Category: Community Services

We are seeking volunteer presenters/educators to help us deliver 45 minute first aid education sessions to all primary school students at participating public and private schools in the Sunshine Coast region in 2018, commencing in Term 3. The FAIS Program is a new innovative program designed to involve Primary School aged children in becoming skilled and confident in recognising the need for First Aid, while practising safety, accessing Emergency Services when necessary and applying basic skill

Queensland Transport Museum Attendant

  • Location: Adare QLD
  • Category: Other

Are you interested in our early transport History? Would you like to learn more about it, whilst sharing it with others? The Queensland Transport Museum is open 7 days a week and caters for tour groups and individuals wanting to immerse themselves in our transport history. The displays change seasonally and range from display cases filled with a huge range of models to retired and working rigs. We will support and train you in the position. Seasonal workers are welcome.

Ready Reading Volunteer

  • Location: Queensland QLD
  • Category: Education & Training

The Ready Reading program aims to improve literacy for children in Queensland through training parents and community members to support children’s reading. Working in partnership with the Queensland Government Department of Education, the Ready Reading program will train up to 3,000 mums, dads, carers and members of the community to share their knowledge and time and foster a love of reading in Queensland primary school classrooms.

Digital Mentor - Throughout Queensland

  • Location: Brisbane City QLD, Wynnum QLD, Logan Central QLD
  • Category: Education & Training

Share your digital knowledge and experience to help Queenslanders to learn, discover and grow digitally. Become a Digital Mentor and provide face-to-face support, either one-on-one or in small groups, to help others learn how to use digital technologies such as smartphones, tablets, computers or laptops. We welcome people from all walks of life.s. Most Digital Mentors are not IT experts. The most important characteristics of a good Digital Mentor are empathy and patience.

Volunteer QPASTT Support Skill and Connect Program

  • Location: Loganlea QLD
  • Category: Community Services

Volunteer with people from refugee background in the Support, Skill and Connect Program Are you interested in sharing your personal and professional experience and knowledge of Australian life and experiences with adults from refugee backgrounds? Our volunteers help adults from refugee backgrounds become more connected to Australian communities and better navigate things such as studying English at TAFE and looking for employment.