Reading Voluntary Action
Branding, Web Design, App Design, Graphic Design
The plotting of skills is taken place before the volunteer starts their volunteering project. They rate skills such as team work on a scale of 1–10. Skills with a rating of 4 or under will automatically be flagged so mentors can find projects for the volunteer that help them in areas they need help. They are also able to select skills they want to gain even if they are rated higher than 4 out of 10. At the end of the project they carry out the skills placement again to help them see where they have gained confidence.
On this page, the user has access to information such as contact details, badges earned and amount of hours tracked. They can also communicate with the mentor from the organisation and the RVA supervisor. Journals are also present on this page, and are important for recording and reflecting on development. Volunteers are recommended by RVA to keep their journals up to date, and will receive an alert if they fall behind.