Look at the wave graph. Note that the position of the line/wave on the vertical axis shows your level of familiarity with a subject/module (horizontal axis). Consequently, if you scored less than 3, it means that you need to improve your competence in that particular subject. 

Now, let’s have a look at your results:

The result:

According to your answers, you have the “Bronze Star” level. Your curiosity has led you here! The Bronze Star certifies that you understand to some degree that volunteering is a way to help people, socialise, or develop useful skills that can help you in your daily/professional life. 

If you would like to learn more about volunteer opportunities, how you can get involved, and other information that can help improve the work of your organisation. The PEPA Project work team has developed a free course that can help you expand and deepen your knowledge on this topic. This course is designed to improve the ability of organisations to develop and implement new strategies that can help organise the work of volunteers and create better opportunities for immigrant women.

The course is divided into 6 comprehensible modules that can be read and used independently, although the PEPA team believes they work better as a whole. Each module includes additional resources to reinforce the topic, and some modules include worksheets to work on. If you have scored less than 3 in a particular subject, it may be useful to access the subject-specific materials that can help you fill in the knowledge gaps. However, we recommend that you complete the entire course, as the modules complement each other and give you a clearer and more complete picture.

If you would like to support our project, the PEPA work team would appreciate it if you would share the link to the project website so that others can benefit as well.

Link: Project Results – PEPA Project –

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