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Become a trainer

Join our movement of young healthcare trainers passionate about reducing violence affecting young people by empowering them to be lifesavers in their communities!

We recruit people aged 18-30 who are students or qualified professionals in medicine, nursing or paramedicine.

I really enjoy being a volunteer for StreetDoctors. I learn a lot from training other young people and I feel very privileged to be able to volunteer for StreetDoctors.

StreetDoctors volunteer

There are 22 StreetDoctors training teams based at universities in 17 cities across England, Scotland and Wales. Each team recruits locally at the beginning of the academic year.

Find your local team

Read more about our opportunities for volunteer trainers in our Volunteer Pack

If you do not have a local team, and are a healthcare student interested in forming your own team at a UK university, please contact

Interested in becoming a StreetDoctors trainer?

Register your interest in becoming a volunteer trainer for StreetDoctors by putting your details here & we will contact you when we are next recruiting:
    We only accept volunteers who are aged 18-30 to ensure our peer-to-peer training is effective for young people.
    Tick one. We only accept volunteers who are studying or professionals in these fields to ensure our emergency first-aid training is effective for young people.
  • Pick from the drop down which is your closest volunteer training team.

Different ways you can get involved

Fundraise for us

Are you an individual or part of a group? Do you want to empower young people to save lives? Get involved by donating or fundraising for us

Ways to support us

Interested in our training

Do you work with young people affected by violence? Book our Reducing Violence Programme or StepWise Programme today

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StreetDoctors has the most outstanding community of volunteers I have ever experienced. From local team meetings to national events, you always feel like you are part of a bigger movement where together we can make a real difference. I have become a more rounded person and feel altogether more ready to face working life equipped with so many new skills.