The summer after you return from your Project Trust Gap Year, you are invited to return to Coll to share your experiences on a two day Debriefing Course.

What is Project Trust Debriefing?

Debriefing is an extremely valuable course, which allows you to reflect on your experiences overseas and share your achievements individually and as a country group. You will also have the opportunity to provide structured feedback to Project Trust to allow us to improve our performance.

The Project Trust Debriefing Course also helps you look to the future. There are sessions on how to utilise the skills you’ve learned whilst volunteering, educational development and CV building, as well as ways which you can stay involved with Project Trust through school talks and Global Citizenship sessions.

Debriefing is not the end of your involvement with Project Trust – after this course you will join a network of 7,000 other Returned Volunteers – but Debriefing does mark the conclusion of an incredible year of your life, and as such the ceilidh at the end of the week is a celebration (and often a very emotional one) of all the incredible work our volunteers do overseas.

Project Trust Debriefing takes place at the Hebridean Centre on the Isle of Coll

Project Trust Debriefing takes place at the Hebridean Centre on Coll

Project Trust Debriefing 2020

Course 1 | Sat 22nd – Mon 24th August
Honduras, Malaysia, Thailand, Senegal, Sol Islands
Course 2 | Weds 26th – Fri 28th August
China, India, Japan & Malawi
Course 3 | Fri 28th – Sun 30th August
South Africa, Botswana, Namibia, Myanmar, Chile & Zambia
Course 4 | Weds 2nd – Fri 4th September
Cambodia, Dom Rep, Nepal & Ghana

Please be aware that these dates could be subject to change, therefore we would advise against booking travel to Debriefing or any holidays until you have received your joining instructions.’

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“Debriefing is a fantastic opportunity to share your experience from overseas with people who truly understand and appreciate your year away.”

Robyn, Swaziland Gap Year Volunteer

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