Do you volunteer?
If you are currently, or have done any, volunteering since the 1st July 2017 you have the chance to get your hard work recognised on your HEAR (Higher Education Achievement Report), which is one way to help you stand out from the crowd when applying for jobs.
The deadline for logging your volunteering hours is 30th June 2018.
If you are not sure whether your volunteering hours should be logged onto the V-Record, have a look at the "Are you Volunteering" page.
How do I log my hours?
V-Record is a system set up specifically for courageous and generous students that volunteer, just like you. By using the online V-Record you can log your hours online right now. It is easy to record all the volunteering hours you undertake each academic year. There is also an optional section that allows you to reflect on what skills you're learning along the way.
All you need to do is fill in the online record and your hours are stored safely on our system - make sure you leave your volunteering supervisor contact details so that we can verify your hours for the HEAR.
What certificates are available?
The Students' Union offers recognition certificates at five stages for any student completing the V-Record, these are downloadable each time you acheive an award.
||20 hour award
||Recognition of Volunteering
|50 hour award
||Achievement in Volunteering
|100 hour award
||Distinction in Volunteering
|200 hour award
||Excellence in Volunteering
|500 hour award
||Exceptional Attainment in Volunteering
If you have any queries about the Online V-Record, including how to complete it or who to name as your contact for verification, please get in touch with us - SUVolunteering@worc.ac.uk