To help us achieve as much as possible as the only body representing the whole of the dietetic profession in the UK, we rely on our proactive member volunteers who give their time, energy and expertise to a range of vital roles. As a relatively small profession, it’s in all of our best interests to showcase the impact and value of our dietetic workforce, and we count ourselves extremely lucky to currently have over 1,000 proactive BDA members in vital volunteer roles.
Discover how you can get involved in a number of interesting volunteering opportunities with the BDA, you'll learn new transferable skills, meet new people, add to your CPD and advance your profession!
Check out our latest volunteering opportunities here, or register your interest:
Achieve – Our volunteers help us to achieve as much as possible as the only body representing the whole of the dietetic profession in the UK.
Discover – You can get involved through a number of interesting volunteering opportunities with us.
Learn – You’ll learn new transferable skills, meet new people, add to your CPD and advance your profession.
Volunteering as Chair for the Critical Care Specialist Group has been an incredibly valuable and rewarding experience. I am inspired by those volunteering in the committee constantly, we all work as a team to achieve our objectives as committee members. I highly recommend volunteering.
Emma Gaskin, Chair – Critical Care Specialist Group
BDA staff working across different areas have shared how volunteers are vital to their work. On behalf of everyone at the BDA we want to offer you a heartfelt thank you for all that you do 💙 #InternationalVolunteerDay pic.twitter.com/j2XNTfivtv— BDA British Dietetic Association (@BDA_Dietitians) December 5, 2022