Volunteer Junior Life Skills Education Presenter - Wales

Recruiter
Location
Wales
Posted
12 Jul 2017
Closes
08 Oct 2017
Ref
V7250
Skills
Fundraising
Expenses
Paid
Commitment
Long Term

Would you like to offer some of your time to help educate children in in beach safety?

The RNLI is currently recruiting for Junior Lifeskills Education Presenters in the following areas:

Blaenau Gwent,                   Bridgend,                   Caerphilly,     Cardiff,                      

Carmarthenshire,                 Ceredigion,                                     Merthyr Tydfil,                      

Monmouthshire,                   Neath Port Talbot,                           Newport,                               

Pembrokeshire,                    Powys,                                           Rhondda Cynon Taff,        

Swansea,                             Torfaen,                                         Vale of Glamorgan

The RNLI is committed to educating children and to motivating a new generation of potential supporters and lifesavers. We are looking for a number of volunteers who are enthusiastic and have an interest in giving presentations and working with young people. You will have the opportunity to meet new people, utilise your existing skills and gain new skills and experience.

The role will be to deliver short interactive beach safety sessions to small groups of Year 6 children as well as nurture their understanding of the RNLI and the role it plays within our community.  These ‘Crucial Crew Events’ will last for approximately 2 weeks and run from 9.30 to 14.30 including a lunch break.  The events will take place within your area on specific dates.  No previous experience is required as training on beach safety and the RNLI will be provided.

Our aim is to save lives with a proactive approach to sea/ beach safety issues as well as raise awareness of the RNLI amongst young people.  Hours of volunteering would coincide with the crucial crew events and full training, resources and out of pocket expenses are provided.

With a volunteering commitment to the RNLI your contribution really will make a difference in reducing the number of incidents involving children.

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