How to Become a Volunteer NHS Worker in the UK


How to Become a Volunteer NHS Worker in the UK

December 21, 2021

As 2022 approaches, the fight against COVID-19 continues. One force that has been instrumental in protecting people across the UK has been the country’s vaccine drives. Volunteer vaccine workers and other staff continue to offer much-needed support in a time of need.

Read on to learn more.

Who Can Become a Volunteer NHS Worker in the UK?

You’ll need to meet to following criteria:

  • 18+ and younger than 70
  • Have the equivalent of 2 or more A levels
  • Willing to undergo a reference check
  • At low risk of contracting COVID-19

If this sounds like you, you should be able to find a centre near you in need of help.

How to Apply

If you’d like to apply in the UK, you’ll need to use this link. You’ll be asked to provide some information about where you live and the kind of work you may be able to help with. Be sure to have a smartphone and internet access handy when applying.

What Kind of Work Will I Be Doing?

Your skills and experience will likely be used where they’re most needed. This could be any of the following:

  • Helping the UK’s vaccination drive
  • Collecting shopping, medication, and more for vulnerable members of your community
  • Transporting patients between locations
  • Providing ‘check-in and chat’ support for vulnerable and lonely people
  • Much more

Final Thoughts

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