Mirin Benzie Joins Dumfries Citizens Advice Service

Dumfries Citizens Advice Service
Mirin being presented with her certificate of completion by Session Supervisor Jim McDade with some of her colleagues looking on.

Dumfries and Galloway Citizens Advice Service are delighted to welcome another newly qualified adviser to the Dumfries bureau. Mirin Benzie completed an intensive adviser training programme to become generalist adviser.

Linda Shearer, Dumfries bureau manager, stated, “I am delighted to have another high quality volunteer on-board in our Dumfries bureau and to assist with clinics in the Stewartry. She will be a great asset to our team”.

Mirin said, “The training programme has given me a great foundation to become an adviser. I have really enjoyed working with staff and other experienced volunteers to make a difference to the clients who have sought our assistance. Personally I have learned so many new skills and developed my experience that my CV has been well and truly supercharged!”

Dumfries and Galloway Citizens Advice Service is always on the lookout for new volunteers at our bureaux across the region that are passionate about supporting our communities to address their issues. If you have some time to spare and would like to know more then please contact Phil Stewart our Volunteer Development Officer on 03003034321 ext 6131 or via e mail at volunteering@dagcas.org

Caption for photo: Mirin being presented with her certificate of completion by Session Supervisor Jim McDade with some of her colleagues looking on.

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