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There is no doubt that the stretch of water in the heart of Bristol is a super place to be with like minded people offering their help and support to enable people, to access the challenging sport of sailing and now canoeing and rowing.
Being a volunteer with All-Aboard! is a fantastic experience, they are what make our organisation the success that it is, we could not function without them. From answering the phone, helping to rig and maintain boats to taking disabled users out onto the water sailing, canoeing or in the power boats, it is rewarding and great fun.
When we receive your application we will invite you down to meet us and join in a session which interests you. We will ask you to provide us with a referee and to fill in a DBS form. Once we have had a chat with you and worked out what you would like to gain from volunteering with us we will “buddy” you up with another volunteer for sessions and start you on some training. We will ask you to log your volunteer hours whenever you attend and offer you the opportunity to take part in our volunteer log book scheme. This allows you to be rewarded for every 48 hours of volunteering by an opportunity to attend a 6 hour (1 day) in-house training course of your choice, run by All-Aboard Watersports. Examples of courses on offer are: RYA Level 1 Sailing, Learn to Row Stage 1, British Canoeing 1 Star Course, RYA Powerboat Level 1. For 2 day courses, you will either be able to save up your hours, or pay the difference.
For more information or to discuss these roles please contact the office 0117 929 0801 and fill out the Volunteer Application Form 2016
We are looking for a volunteer with good interpersonal skills to work in the office a few hours a week. Please click here to see the Volunteer Office Job Advert to find out what this would involves and the times and days needed. This post is open to our current volunteers. If you are interested, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.