Lifeline operates it national telephone crisis line 13 11 14 nationwide from over 40 locations.
Training to become a volunteer Crisis Supporter is a rewarding experience and provides benefits including:
- Personal and professional growth and development
- Enhanced self awareness
- Giving back to your community
- Obtaining a nationally recognised qualification
Who can volunteer?
Lifeline is looking for people with:
- The ability to express empathy and respect for others; and
- A strong sense of self and self-awareness
And prepared to:
- Undergo a police check
- Undertake comprehensive training
- Fulfill regular shifts
- Work within the vision and values of Lifeline; and
- Make a commitment to volunteer with Lifeline
Training to become an accredited Lifeline Telephone Crisis Supporter includes:
- Paying a contribution to the cost of training
- Undertaking the National Crisis Supporter Training – delivered in a combination of e-learning and face-to-face modes
- Being invited to complete a Student Placement
- Being invited to complete 56 hours as a Probationary Volunteer , and
- Participating in regular supervision and ongoing professional development
Please contact us on email@example.com if you are interested to volunteer.