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Please read the information sheet, and then complete the application form below, to apply to be a camp leader at the 2020 CHIVA Support Camp. Alternatively, you can download the form and return it to abi.carter@chiva.org.uk by 31st March 5pm.

If successful, you will need to complete a self-declaration form for past criminal offences, but we will let you know about this if you are successful. CHIVA is committed to confidentiality and this information will be stored securely. If you would like to talk about any criminal convictions, please contact Amanda Ely (she’s the manager and her number is 07484 830 329). This conversation will be confidential too.


 You have read the accompanying information sheet?
 You will be aged between 18-24 years old on 3rd August 2020?
 You know this opportunity is only for HIV+ young people?
 You can attend the Camp Leaders training for 4 days from the 27th May to the 30th May 2020?
 You can attend the camp from 3rd-8th August 2020?
 You are willing to be part of a team which is responsible for the safety and wellbeing of young people?
 You are positive, energetic and willing to work hard?
 You are a team player willing to share your skills and listen to others?
 You are willing to learn new skills and knowledge?
 You are willing to sign a 'self declaration' form regarding criminal offences?
 It will be 2 years or more this year since you have attended camp as a participant?
 I really struggle all the time,
 I worry about living with HIV every day
 I think about living with HIV every day but It isn't on my mind all the time
 I think about living HIV a bit now and then, but mostly I am able to focus on other things
 I feel like I have overcome my struggles with HIV and I am able to continue with my life and not let it trouble me too much
 I can't talk openly about my HIV
  I find it really difficult to talk about my HIV
 I find it difficult to talk about my HIV but I can do it now and again
 I am used to talking about my HIV sometimes to specific people.
 I feel confident talking about HIV to groups of people and I have done this a bit before
 

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