Wanted: Volunteer Education Presenters

Wednesday, 22 November 2006
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The RNLI is committed to educating children and teenagers and to motivating a new generation of potential supporters and lifesavers. We are seeking new education volunteers who have some experience in giving presentations and are interested in talking to young people in schools and youth organisations about lifeboats and sea/water safety in their own local area.
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The RNLI is committed to educating children and teenagers and to motivating a new generation of potential supporters and lifesavers. We are seeking new education volunteers who have some experience in giving presentations and are interested in talking to young people in schools and youth organisations about lifeboats and sea/water safety in their own local area.

We are looking to save lives with a proactive approach to safety issues. Hours of volunteering are flexible and designed to suit individual needs. Full training, resources and expenses are provided.

You really can make a difference!

With a volunteering commitment to the RNLI your contribution really will make a difference in reducing the number of incidents involving children. You will have the opportunity to meet new people, utilise your existing skills and also gain new skills and experience.

Interested in finding out more?

If you think this is the opportunity for you and would like to find out more about the education programme please contact Carol for an information pack:

Carol Nelson
Regional Education Manager
RNLI Scotland
Tel: 01738 642999
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Source: RNLI
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