Crisis Support Volunteer
Help Lifeline save lives
The service aims to support people in their time of emotional distress or crisis.
The Crisis Supporters operating this service at Lifeline South Coast are volunteers and work from offices in Wollongong.
How To Become A Volunteer
To become a Volunteer Crisis Supporter for Lifeline’s 24 Hour Crisis Support Service you will need to successfully complete the National Crisis Supporter Training Course, make a commitment to regular shifts and pass a National Criminal Record check. This will ensure you will be confident, skilled and able to provide support to Lifeline’s callers in their time of need. The training course includes e-learning, face-to-face training sessions, practice sessions, observation of accredited Crisis Supporters, skill role plays and assessments.
Lifeline South Coast offers training under Lifeline Australia RTO 88036. Please view information from Lifeline Australia regarding our National Training Program by visiting the Lifeline Australia website.
Lifeline South Coast is offering three training courses in 2021. A compulsory information night for each course will be held in Wollongong. You MUST attend the information night to be eligible to apply.
Please read the following documents before attending one of our training information sessions
- Student Volunteer Crisis Supporter Position Description
- CSWT Pre Enrolment Information Booklet
- Frequently asked questions about Volunteer Crisis Supporter training
If you have any further questions, please email our training team on email@example.com.
The Lifeline South Coast Volunteer Crisis Support Training Course is proudly sponsored by BlueScope WIN Community Partners.