Rickmansworth & Chorleywood Badger Youth Helper

Rickmansworth & Chorleywood Badger Youth Helper

Long term role · 1–2 hrs/Week
WD3 7HQ, Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire, England, United Kingdom
TrainingTeachingFirst aidYouth workAdministrationSocial contactSupport work
Children & youthHealthEducation
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Badger Youth Helpers teach young people (5-10 yrs), from all different backgrounds, vital and life-changing first aid skills. No previous experience needed.

Detailed description

Youth Team Volunteers teach young people, of all different backgrounds, vital and life-changing first aid skills. We have two programmes – our 5-10 year olds are called Badgers and our 10-17 year olds are called Cadets. 


You'll help them build up their confidence, self-discipline and, teamwork skills, and have some fun along the way. 


We're looking for Youth Helpers and Youth Leaders. You’ll start off as a Youth Helper and, if you fancy it, you'll get the opportunity to become a Youth Leader, with some additional training and experience.  

As a Youth Helper you will:

  • Create a safe, inclusive and open environment, where young people can learn life skills including First Aid.
  • Support the delivery of games, activities and sessions.
  • Coordinate with your team to make sure young people are safe and supervised.
  • Empower and encourage inclusion and participation of all the young people.
  • Support the Unit Manager with administration, collecting resources, paperwork, etc.

All training will be given, so no experience is necessary. The role will require an enhanced DBS disclosure to be completed.

What volunteers need😇 Disclosure and Barring Service

What we will provide to volunteers

💸 Reimbursement of costs🤝 Extra support

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About St John Ambulance

St John Ambulance Cadets are Young People aged 10-17 within St John Ambulance. The Cadet programme has life saving skills at the heart of it with lots of other opportunities to go alongside. The programme covers a wide range of activities and opportunities for young people. As a member of a Cadet unit, a young person will have the opportunity to gain awards, learn first aid and take part in volunteering activities operationally whether this is through Events, Logistics, Communications and much more!

The Cadet programme goes back over a hundred years encompassing some of the most enriching and varied topics young people can learn about. Cadets will get involved in...
- Learning First Aid and volunteering at local and national events
- Engaging in social action and helping their local community
- Learning about health and wellbeing
- Developing confidence and communication skills through Cadet leadership training
- Enjoying a wide range of outdoor and adventurous activities

Cadets are organised into local units in which they can develop their skills and build relationships as a team. However, cadets will also have opportunities to take part in activities on a wider level, in regional, national or even international activities in St John.