Covid community champion roles
By sharing the latest information and guidance with people you know, you could help to keep people safe and reduce the spread of Covid19 in our communities.
The table below shows the activities that you could do as a covid community champion and Covid Champion Plus.
|Activity||Covid Champion||Covid Champion Plus|
|Keep up to date with the latest Covid-19 advice and information||Yes||Yes|
Share information with people you know in a way that best suits you. This could be:
|Talk to people about your covid community champion role and encourage others to be champions||Yes||Yes|
|Tell us what you think via regular online drop-in sessions or emailing us so that we can understand what's working well, and what's working not so well.in our communities.||Yes||Yes|
|Support other champions||Yes||Yes|
|Complete a training session (approximately 2 hours in duration)||Not essential||Yes|
|Complete an induction process|
* Champion Plus Volunteers are required to complete a Disclosure and Barring service form, a Volunteer agreement form and a Volunteer application form.
* Champion Volunteers are required to attend a 30-minute virtual meeting and to complete a Volunteer agreement form and a Volunteer application form.
Full support and guidance will be given throughout this part of the process.
|Attend regular online meetings to keep up to date with the latest information and guidance||Not essential||Yes|
|Attend events to share information||Not essential||Yes|
|Take part in promotional activities in the event of an outbreak such as such as giving out leaflets or having an information stall at an event||Not essential||Yes|
|Help local voluntary or community organisations or County Durham Together Community Hub||Not essential||Yes|
|Work with other organisations in your community, such as the Area Action Partnerships (AAPs)||Not essential||Yes|
Covid-19: sign up to be a Covid Champion or a Covid Champion Plus and make a massive difference in a really simple way.