Lifeline Northern Beaches are looking for volunteers for the 24-hour national crisis support line – 13 11 14. Could this be you?
Every minute of every day, Lifeline receives a new phone call from someone seeking support in a time of crisis. Each of these calls is a cry for help, and those who answer the calls to Lifeline's national crisis line provide vital support to a person in need.
Lifeline's vision is to see an Australia free of suicide and they provide 24-hour telephone crisis support to anyone who reaches out for help.
You can become a volunteer Lifeline Crisis Supporter and help save lives.
Join Lifeline for the next Lifeline Crisis Supporter Workplace Training (CSWT) programme and learn new skills, you'll even get a nationally recognised qualification when you successfully complete the course. The next evening course starts on Wednesday 6 February 2019 at the Lifeline Northern Beaches centre in Balgowlah – on a city bus route/ 5 mins from Manly Wharf by bus/ 5 mins walk from Stocklands Balgowlah.
Benefits of becoming a Lifeline Crisis Supporter
Applications are open for the last remaining places on the next Lifeline Northern Beaches training session. Starts Wednesday, 6 February 2019 in Balgowlah. For more information about the course and eligibility criteria, contact: email@example.com or call 02 9949 5522
Training takes place over 12 months with initial weekly group training for the first 2 months followed by practical training involving regular supervised shifts and call coaching.
Visit their website for more information about Lifeline: www.lifelinenb.org.au
Lifeline is a registered training organisation - RTO 88036.
Answer the call! Volunteer for Lifeline Northern Beaches and help save lives.