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volunteer information and training

 

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thank you for your interest in becoming a Hello Hunter volunteer.

Hello Hunter is committed to being a community safe programme. Below is information about what the requirements are to become a volunteer and the detail of the training package. If after checking through this information you have questions do not hesitate to contact and we will get back to you.

Do you have an enquiry about becoming a Hello Hunter volunteer? You can call us during office hour on 49486837 or submit a volunteer enquiry form. We look forward to hearing from you.

 

volunteer enquiry

If you would like to proceed with becoming a volunteer please submit your volunteer application.

 

volunteer application

volunteer requirements

A) A completed Hello Hunter Application Form
B) Provide a copy of your Police Check. If you need assistance to obtain this please let us know.
C) Tick permission for us to get a character reference from your local Christian Church Minister.
D) Complete the Volunteer Training Package.
E) Submit your Hello Hunter Code of Conduct and Volunteer Agreement.

the hello hunter training package

STEP ONE: Watch the Hello Hunter Training Modules.

Module 1: How it Works
Module 2: COVID-19 Safe
Module 3: Friendly Chat
Module 4: Deliveries
Module 5: Referrals
Module 6: Prayer

STEP TWO: Read through additional module information, answering a few short training questions.

STEP THREE: Submit the volunteer Code of Conduct and Volunteer Agreement.

STEP FOUR: Volunteer ongoing learning sessions are available and check out the links to the 'community service directory', 'example prayers' and 'outcome reporting'.

Step one: training modules

module 1.

module 2.

module 3.*

*NOTE MODULE 3. VOICE OVER CORRECTION: The volunteer referral is sent to the volunteer and their church team leader from the call centre (not the hub leader).   

module 4.

module 5.

module 6.

Step two:

Read the additional training information and answer the training questions. If you have any questions contact us. 

training information & questions

Step three:

Submit your volunteer code of conduct and volunteer agreement.

Code of Conduct and Agreement

Step four:

Book an ongoing learning zoom session. In these session you are able to go over resources, ask questions and here examples of other volunteer experiences.

book an ongoing learning session

additional volunteer resource

Thank you to Greigory Whittaker and the team at The Salvation Army ‘Neiighbourly’ programme for providing this additional training for volunteers making 'friendly chat' calls. These are easy to listen to and provide practical insights into making calls as positive as possible for both you and the person you are chatting to. 

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support services directory

A directory of church and community welfare, crisis and support services can be found by clicking on the Hello Hunter finding help community support service directory.

If you need further assistance to find a support service talk to your team leader or call the Hello Hunter Call Centre 49HUNTER or email help@hellohunter.org.au

example prayers

Prayers offered are for the needs raised by the person and should be prayers of encouragement and blessing. Prayers must also recognise and respect the diversity that exists in the Church. CLICK HERE

outcome report

Make a Report

Once you have completed your help referral click on the ‘Notes’ link and submit a brief notification report of the outcome.  If you need assist with accessing this report talk to your Team Leader who can assist you or make the report on your behalf.

Hello Hunter is committed to the safety of all who participate in the programme.  As a volunteer if you have any feedback, concerns or complaints we encourage you to connect with us by completing a feedback form. Hello Hunter is committed to responding appropriately and respectfully to concerns raised.

Complaints