Glasgow Council on Alcohol (GCA) provides a range of services from a trauma informed position, for the communities in which we serve. These services include
- Group work
- Women’s Service
- LGBT+ Service
- Community Justice
- Men’s Health
- Youth Work Service
- Peer Support
- Alcohol Brief Interventions (ABI)
These are to name a few and we are constantly striving to ensure we provide the support our communities want need and expect from us.
Our training and education department now deliver an Integrative Diploma In Counselling and Psychotherapy and our training delivery ranges from Cosca Skills modules 1-4, Counselling Supervision, Group work, Further Steps to ABI training for Trainers and Trauma Informed Practice to name a few.
We are looking to expand membership of our Board of Directors, to develop the strategic direction, support the aims and objectives and ensure good governance. If you can devote the time and are motivated to assisting us we would welcome your application.
We would be particularly interested in hearing from enthusiastic individuals who have experience in strategy and governance, with skills, experience and knowledge in any of the following areas:
- Human Resources
- Charity Governance
Board membership is voluntary and unpaid, although travel expenditure may be reimbursed. Learning and development opportunities exist for all Board members, including induction training.Download Board member pack