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Parenting Peer Supporter

Action For Children - Starting Well Partnership South Worcestershire



South Worcestershire

Time Commitment

Contact Details

Weekdays during school term times.

About the Role

Parenting Peers Supporters are parents or individuals with parenting experience (e.g. relatives, guardians and care-givers) who are interested sharing their knowledge and experience with others.

Following the successful completion of our 6 week training course, you will assist our Parent Support Workers with the delivery of a wide range of parenting courses. Tasks include setting up and clearing away after each session, contributing to the planning of sessions and supporting the delivery of course content.

For more information about Parents 1st, please visit

Skills and Qualifications

  • A welcoming, friendly and approachable manner

  • Good communication and listening skills

  • Confidence to deliver in front of a small group

  • The ability to be flexible and work as part of a team

  • An understanding of confidentiality

About the Organisation

We place children, young people and families first, delivering safe high quality services that empower and enable children, young people and families to achieve their full potential.

We play an important role in supporting local families in South Worcestershire with children aged 0-19. By providing training, advice and guidance the local Action For Children Starting Well team empower families to 'nip things in the bud' early and this limits the risk of escalation. The service places an emphasis on a holistic ‘whole family’ approach that will result in long term, sustainable change.

Our work includes: Children Centre services, positive parenting courses, adult learning, support within schools and communities to engage young people with their education and work journey, and advice and guidance to young people who are not in education.

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