The Building Bridges programme is aimed at people furthest from work to try and move them closer.  For some it could be a training programme/education, but ultimately one step closer could lead to a job.

We are currently looking for Volunteer Tutors to teach some of our participants English, Maths and ICT.  We need a tutor who can teach these at a very basic level, aimed at someone who cannot read or write or has never used a computer.  We are also looking for a tutor who can teach English as a foreign language.  You do not need to be able to teach all 3 subjects. 

The teaching sessions can take place at our offices at Elm Tree Court or at venues closer to the participant’s home, in some cases they can be over video call. 

We would require you to volunteer your time to teach at least one session a week and you would need to prepare your lessons in advance. Times can be worked around you and the participant

You would need to have experience in this area and you will be DBS checked at no cost to yourself. 

You will be providing people with invaluable skills in furthering themselves. 

If you are interested, please email me in the first instance and we will take it from there. 

Oonagh French

Building Bridges Administration Assistant

Wiltshire Wildlife Trust

Email: [email protected]


Building Bridges is a partnership of organisations, led by Community First, that has come together to deliver the Building Better Opportunities Programme across Swindon and Wiltshire. 

The project has received up to £6.4M of funding from the European Social Fund and The National Lottery Community Fund as part of the 2014-2020 European Structural and Investment Funds Growth Programme in England. The Department for Work and Pensions is the Managing Authority for the England European Social Fund programme. Established by the European Union, the European Social Fund helps local areas stimulate their economic development by investing in projects which will support skills development, employment and job creation, social inclusion and local community regenerations. For more information visit