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Forth Valley Disability Sport - Falkirk

Charity registered in Scotland SC024362


Current opportunities

Forth Valley Disability Sport provides sporting opportunities to children, young people and adults with physical, sensory and learning disabilities. Volunteers will help participants to achieve their aims of the session, either practicing skills or playing games. Duties include helping to organise and supervise the area and participants, completing a register of those attending along with details of any particular needs and emergency information and being aware of the needs of the participants (i.e. level of fitness, medical conditions, physical, learning, sensory disabilities).

Forth Valley Disability Sport provides sporting opportunities to children, young people and adults with physical, sensory and learning disabilities throughout the Forth Valley area. Volunteering at some of our one day events throughout the year, your duties will include: helping groups of participants to achieve the aims of the event, supervising a specific area and ensuring all participants are safe. • Following policy and procedures of Forth Valley Disability Sport including accident reporting, health and safety.

Forth Valley Disability Sport is a local charity based in Stirling who provide sporting opportunities to children, young people and adults with physical, sensory and learning disabilities. We operate throughout the Forth Valley area. Helping groups of participants to achieve the aims of the session, either practicing skills or playing games. Responsibilities would include: • Organising and supervising to ensuring the area and participants are safe. • Completing a register of those attending along with details of any particular needs and emergency information. • Being aware of any particular needs of the participants (i.e. level of fitness, medical conditions, physical, learning or sensory disabilities). • Following policy and procedures of Forth Valley Disability Sport including accident reporting, health and safety.

An exciting opportunity has risen for a passionate and enthusiastic individual who is interested in helping achieve the vision and aims of FVDS by specifically supporting the organisation as committee treasurer. The Treasurer will support the FVDS Co-ordinator to help shape the financial future of FVDS by ensuring accurate records are kept of the charity’s finances. The post holder should be well organised and confident in handling financial information and producing reports to the FVDS committee. In return, FVDS offers the opportunity to meet new people, gain new skills, volunteer within a sports context, learn about the inspiring world of disability sport.