Testwood Lakes Sailability (TLS) provides dinghy sailing for people with any disability.
Receptionist main tasks:
- Start the day by setting up the reception in the Boat House.
- The main task is to greet the sailors, book them in, take the sailing fee and issue with a receipt and then to have them fitted with a Buoyancy Aid.
- If the sailor is in a wheelchair provide assistance with the fitting of a sling to be used with the hoist.
- To record the cash in the petty cash book and at the end of each session to total the funds and to complete the returns for the Treasurer.
- To keep the following records: of the availability of the volunteers for future sessions; the number sailors per session for submission to the RYA.
- To keep in contact with the pontoon by radio so that all are aware of the number of sailors waiting to sail.
- To provide drinks to the sailors and volunteers.
- To mange the the paperwork for new volunteers including Disclosure & Baring Service (DBS) which all volunteers are required to complete.
- At the end of the day store all equipment in its correct place.
Volunteers will receive training for all of the above tasks.
- Cleaning & tidying
- Talking to others
- Age restrictions
- DBS check required
- Equal Opportunities Policy
- Expenses reimbursed
- Health and Safety Policy
- Ongoing support
- Training provided
- Volunteer induction
- Volunteer Policy
- Volunteers covered by insurance
Included in the membership fee
- Written role description
When can I volunteer?
Testwood Lakes, Brunel Road
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