Green Routes is a registered charity offering hands-on training in horticulture and an alternative to classroom based education for young people with additional support needs. The focus of our training includes horticulture, employability skills and independent living skills.
Our employability programme ‘Routes to Work’ is now looking for volunteers within the Stirlingshire area to support and mentor our students on a variety of work placements. If you enjoy working with young people and supporting them to develop valuable employability skills, we would be delighted to hear from you. We are especially looking for people with lawn/green keeping maintenance, hospitality and retail experience.
To find out more please contact our Employability Support Manager: Jean Gavin
Green Routes (Stirling) Ltd, The Walled Garden, Gartmore House, Gartmore, Stirling, FK8 3RS
Registered Charity SC 039334
Gardening / Skills Training for disabled young persons
Experience required: Experience of working with young people with additional support needs.
Variety of skills required including mentoring, gardening, greenkeeping, hospitality and retail experience.
Minimum age: 20
Expenses details: travel/ mileage
Taster available: Yes
Taster details: Sunday 30 July, Green Routes, The Walled Garden, Gartmore House FK8 3RS. Drop in sessions from 10.30-3.30pm
Support: Named Contact For Volunteer,
Wheelchair Access/Disabled Access Toilet