A place to learn about yourself as a person
Volunteer Practitioner (Former Employee) – London – 29 December 2014
A typical day working as a volunteer with the Westminster Drug Project comprised of helping to facilitate groups run for recovering substance abusers and alcoholics. And when not involved in those activities, I would be helping to jointly run the I.T teaching aspect of the ETE department which meant, I would teach basic I.T skills to recovering substance / alcohol abusers.
The aspect of my greatest learning was about me as a person and the impact I have on the world around me. Second greatest learning curve was regarding boundaries.
The management was very focused and dedicated.
Co workers were diligent, hard working and focused.
The hardest part of the job, there wasn't one.
There wasn't anyone most enjoyable part of the job as I enjoyed all of it equally.
Opportunity to learn new skills. Lunch and fares paid for.
buses often running late