Volunteer Support for Angling Coach

Angling Coaching Initiative (ACI)

Are you a keen angler who would enjoy assisting our coaches? Join us and give young people the opportunity to experience your enthusiasm for the sport, giving them years of enjoyment!

Published On: 09/04/2024
About this opportunity from Angling Coaching Initiative (ACI)

We are a not for profit venture that would seek to provide opportunities for the younger generation to experience freshwater fishing, and to acquire the skills needed to be successful.

We have a few students with some disabilities such as ADHD etc. who could do with some additional Angling Coach SUPPORT personnel. You would act as an assistant to the angling coach in that swim and help ensure the engagement and safety of those pupils, plus take on some additional activities if you wish to keep them happily occupied and busy.

 

Skills

Preferably some experience of helping and supporting children/young people with special educational needs/disabilities.

Activity Types

Sports volunteering | Suitable for under 18 | Supporting people and befriending | Teaching and Training

Interests

Children | Fitness and Sport | Young People

Commitment

There are 14 angling coaching days in all, but you can volunteer for as many or as few as you wish, as long as we know you are coming that day! Student numbers are geared round the number of coaches for each event, two for each coach. We set up the day’s event between 8-9.30am, coach till 2.15pm, then pack up over the next hour. Mostly Saturdays, plus a few weekdays in the school holidays.

Find out more

For more information about Angling Coaching Initiative (ACI) and this role, visit them online.

To apply for this role, visit the Volunteer Essex website to register your interest.

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