Glasgow Returned Volunteer Workshop

Speakers Trust

As part of our commitment to the ongoing development of our Returned Volunteers, we will be running a Workshop in Glasgow on Saturday 12 November.

We are incredibly passionate about continuing the skills development of our Returned Volunteers. We want you to continue to share the many skills and experiences you have gained from your time overseas with Project Trust, and we have a fantastic opportunity coming up this month.

If you are interested in developing your public speaking skills, why not come along to the Returned Volunteer Workshop in Glasgow. Project Trust have partnered with the UK public speaking charity Speakers Trust, who have trained over 300,000 people across the country. Don’t worry if you are not the most confident of presenters, this training will help build confidence and provide lots of tips and guidance to enable you to become an even better communicator.

This is a fantastic opportunity for our Returned Volunteers who are interested in becoming Global Citizenship Ambassadors, offering the chance to develop skills for delivering global citizenship sessions and school talks. We only have a limited number of places available for the training course so do not delay! If you are interested, check out the details below.

Workshop info:

When Saturday 12th November from 10am-4pm
Where Glasgow city centre
Spaces 14
Cost £12 (free for Project Trust Mentors)

To confirm attendance for the event, please email Jordan at who will confirm a place and further details for the day.

About Speakers Trust

Speakers Trust take a huge amount of pride in their work with the education, not-for-profit and community sectors. Their vision is a society where everybody has the skills, confidence and desire to speak in public. Their mission is to promote the lifetime benefits of effective public speaking.

The training is designed to build confidence – enabling adults and young people from all backgrounds to speak with clarity, conviction and impact. Speakers Trust help everyone who takes part in their training to become better communicators, with a greater awareness of the importance of speaking out. This improves education and employment prospects as well as the desire to use the power of their voice to bring positive change.

Speakers Trust have reached more than a quarter of a million people to date and worked with more than 1,000 schools, colleges and charities throughout the UK. They look forward to celebrating the next quarter of a million.