Raising awareness of antibiotic resistance is a vital role and giving talks to community groups, healthcare organisations and schools are a great way to spread the word. We are looking for volunteers, who are confident speaking in front of groups of people, to make contact and offer presentations to groups in their local area. It is preferable but not essential to have some knowledge of antibiotic resistance.
You will receive advice on public speaking and the presentation you will be giving, an official volunteer ID badge and an ANTRUK pin to wear when you are out and about.
Benefits of becoming a volunteer speaker:
- Improve your public speaking skills
- Meet new people
- Educate the public about antibiotic resistance
- You can add this to your CV
To hear more about the volunteer speaker role please complete this form: