Project information

Trainee development

We urgently need to employ an educator to deliver an education programme to primary aged children on the dangers of illegal drugs and substance misuse, including alcohol.
Costs of training including wages are £15,000.

As soon as the funds are available


  • Need


    We are trying to obtain funds to cover the cost of training.


    Training takes place away from the employees address and is professionally run. Costs to the charity over the twelve week period will be £15,000.
    Costs include wages, travelling & accomodation plus professional fees

  • Aims

    Aim 1

    Employ an educator


    » Working with our local Charities Information Bureau and Community Safety Partners we are contacting trust & charitable organisations for help

    What success will look like

    Success will be..the finding and employing a suitable person.

  • Impact


    Due to the loss of an educator we have had to cancel appointments with local schools who have requested a visit from us. Over the past years we have consistently seen 10,000 children annually this is now down to 6000. The employment of another edcuator would enable us to reach the other 4,000 children


    The project is one off - if we are unable to find the funds we will operate with one part-time edcuator


    Any donator could be advised when a successful candiate had been found and updates of their training supplied

  • Budget

    Budget - Project Cost: £15,000

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      Amount Heading Description
      £2,500 Fees Professional fees
      £6,000 Salary 12 weeks salary
      £2,000 Travelling Costs incurred travelling to work place
      £4,500 Hotel Cost of accomodation whilst working away from home

    Current Funding / Pledges

    Source Amount
    Received £1,000 Guaranteed
  • Background


    Life Education Centre operates throughout Wiltshire working with local primary schools.
    Our project is one off to find an educator


    Children between the ages of 4 & 11 plus their parents/carers

  • Why Us?

    Why Us?

    Life Education is part of a National Charity Coram Life Education and has been recognised by the OfFTED Report 2002 for delivering effective drug education to schools

    Read more about the Charity running this project.


    Tony Llewellyn - Volunteer

    Trustee and Secretary - to provide initial interview process and support for succesful candidate

    Ricky Rogers - Volunteer

    Trustee and Chairman - to oversee interview process and provide support for succesful candidate

    Judy Johnson - Employee

    Existing part-time educator will be there to provide support, guidance and help during training period