Wondering about new ways to contribute to your profession in 2019 – how about joining the volunteer team at Physiopedia?
Volunteering for the Physiopedia charity is an amazing opportunity for any physiotherapist or physical therapist. It is a great complement to your daily work and will contribute to your continuing education and professional development. Not to mention the fact that you will be joining a very diverse and international team of amazing volunteers from all over the world!
What is volunteering at Physiopedia?
Essentially you will be joining the team that oversees the build of what is an amazing and very valued resource for our profession. There is always so much to do to improve the content on the Physiopedia website and we always welcome offers to contribute. It’s not difficult and you don’t need any special technical skills, that’s what the orientation course is all about, it will equip you with all the knowledge you need to make your contributions. That’s not all, our fun and dynamic team are always there to help, we have a very active communication system where everyone will feel an equal part of the team.
How will you benefit?
Joining us on the team at Physiopedia is a great addition to your CV! From this experience you will gain new profession-related knowledge and also advance your techie skills. Volunteering will contribute to your continuing education and professional development and you can know, and feel good about the fact, that you have contributed to our global profession by playing an important role in building this professional resource for the Physiopedia charity, helping physiotherapists all over the world.
How do I become a volunteer?
All our volunteers complete the Volunteer Orientation Course, the next course starts on Monday 4 February! Following successful completion of this course all our volunteers complete six months on the content development team. This consolidates all that you have learned on the course and gives you an opportunity to demonstrate where your unique skills and interests lie. After your six month review you are provided with a specific role that suits this skills that you have demonstrated plus your individual qualifications, experience and interests.
If you would like to join this course please sign up for the next Volunteer Orientation Course here.