Come and be part of something great!
There are various opportunities for you to become involved with PBUK and Protective Behaviours.
For more information on any of the vacancies listed below please do not hesitate to contact Head Office.
Protective Behaviours UK,
Charles Henry House,
130 Worcester Road,
Telephone: 01905 799957
PBUK, like all Charities, exists to create a better society and bring about social change. Behind every charity stand their Trustees, who have ultimate responsibility for the running of them.
The Board of Trustees for Protective Behaviours UK is looking to expand and broaden to create a more diverse and skilled team whose energy, commitment and enthusiasm will take the lead in moving the charity forward in 2011.
If you or you know anyone who has a passion for Protective Behaviours and has experience in business, management or the community sector, or is innovative, likes a challenge and is resourceful, then becoming a Trustee could be a rewarding opportunity for you or them. Being a Trustee is an unpaid yet highly professional role and enables people to develop their personal skills and experience while meeting and working with new people as part of an effective team.
For more information please contact the PBUK Office for an information pack.
Information about the role of Trustees can also be found on the charity Commission website www.charitycommission.gov.uk.
To become a PBUK Trainer, you will need to complete the Training for Trainers programme.
To enrol on this programme you will need to have Intermediate Level Protective Behaviours Training as it is the best platform for the demanding Training for Trainers programme.
We are currently developing the role of specialist practitioners and consultants at PBUK. These roles will be available for those people already trained in Protective Behaviours at Intermediate level or above. Although in development, these roles promise to be an exciting venture for all concerned.
The promotion of Protective Behaviours relies largely on our Local Networks which in turn rely on our highly valued and dependable volunteers. Local Network volunteers are involved in the promotion and marketing of local network practice meetings and events as well as acting as a contact point for those in the local network area who are interested in Protective Behaviours. Although an unpaid position, a Local Network Volunteer plays perhaps the most crucial role in PBUK.
As well as having our valued board of trustees we also have various sub-committees, again made up of unpaid volunteers, which are perhaps more involved, in terms of detail, with the operational activities of the charity. If you are interested in finding out more about the various sub-committees we have at PBUK before deciding if you would like information specific to the role please feel free to do so.