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We are currently seeking expressions of interest from
to work with a minimum of 3 clients per week in
Trowbridge, Chippenham, Swindon and Salisbury
Ideally you will already hold a diploma in counselling or be studying at level 4, year 2 or equivalent (final year of Diploma training). Trainees who will be continuing to year 2 are welcome to contact us now on the email address below to receive information about future recruitment rounds.
Full specialist training, support and supervision are provided.
for further information and to be added to our database please email
or telephone 01225 777 562
HAVE YOU GOT WHAT IT TAKES TO BE A
REVIVAL – WILTSHIRE RASAC HAS SPACE ON THE
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Are you committed to promoting the wellbeing of our client group?
Do you have spare time that you would like to use constructively?
Are you creative, determined, motivated, willing and enthusiastic?
Can you work as part of a team and as an individual to achieve the team’s objectives?
Could you learn new skills as well as contribute those you already have?
THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Working collaboratively, the Board takes responsibility for the overall direction, effectiveness, supervision and accountability of Revival – Wiltshire RASAC – Governance. To achieve this, the Board needs to work constructively with the Centre Director, staff, volunteers, service users, members and all other stakeholders to ensure the organisation is effectively and properly run.
WANT TO KNOW MORE?
Contact Maggi Hammond, Centre Director,
to arrange an informal discussion
on 01225 777 562
or email [email protected]
Appointments are subject to an Enhanced Disclosure issued by The Criminal Records Bureau
Revival – Wiltshire RASAC Trustee Rachel Rounds talks to The Mail
For 25 years, Rachel was haunted by the teacher who sexually abused her at 13. Then she decided to make him pay for his crimes by taking him to court.
Graham Wilcock listened, gave me warm hugs, told me I was smarter than the other girls, laughed at my lame jokes and made me feel special, writes Rachel.