How to become an Independent Parental Supporter
The work of the Independent Parental Supporter (IPS) is essential for the success of the Information, Advice and Support Service.
We have a rolling programme of training for volunteers and would be very pleased to hear from anyone who would like to know more. To find out what it is like to be an IPS please email us.
Information, Advice and Support Service training gives our volunteers information and practical experience.
- Is very practical, using real case studies
- Includes visits and shadowing
- Is led by Information, Advice and Support Service staff
- Allows trainees to meet professional staff
- Is free of charge to volunteers
Could you help
If you have time to offer, you could make a real difference to Cheshire West and Chester parents. The time volunteers spend helping the Information, Advice and Support Service varies. They themselves choose how much time they commit.
We arrange insurance and pay expenses for our volunteers.
For more information about course dates or an informal discussion please contact us.