Whitburn CDT

The website of Whitburn CDT

Whitburn Volunteer Signposting Service Have an issue but don’t know who to turn to? Come and speak to a volunteer at Whitburn Community Development Trust who can point you in the right direction.  From help with a money or debt issue, looking for information on energy efficiency or entitlement to energy related grants, help with filling in basic forms, general benefit enquires, household budgeting and money saving tips these are just a few of things our volunteers can assist you with.  This service is offered free of charge and is available by appointment or drop in Tuesday & Thursday morning 10.30-12.30 and Wednesday 10.30-2.30.

IT Buddy Need help to get online? Don’t know how to switch the machine on?  Need to build some PC confidence?  Want to keep in touch via email? Need help with job searching e.g. Universal Job Match?  Need to complete a form online, would like to search the internet for information? Need an electronic CV or a CV updated?  No matter what your age or level of IT skills we will tailor a one to one session with a volunteer IT Buddy FREE of charge, please phone 01501 748708 or drop in to the office at 61 West Main Street for an appointment.

Free independent internet access is also available at the office on an hourly basis for those wishing to do universal job searches etc. Appointments can be booked by calling 01501 748708 or email paul@whitburncdt.org.uk.

The Information and Advice service will be delivered by volunteers. The project is recruiting now for volunteers who would be able to spare a minimum of 3 hours per week to deliver this service in the CDT office.  Full training will be provided and out of pocket expenses paid. For more information on the project and becoming a volunteer click here or contact Amanda McKay 01501 748708 or email amanda@whitburncdt.org.uk

To return to the Projects page and have a closer look at the other projects click here.

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