Current opportunities

Our new GOGA programme we are seeking motivated volunteers to join our team. Our three main activities for this programme are walking, cycling and swimming. Here are some ways you can get involved in this fantastic new project: • Walk Leading- train to be a walk leader and lead low level walks throughout the community for care groups, day centre or school children. Enjoy some fresh air and chit chat along the walk. All walks will be planned and risk assessed by GOGA Lead Officer. • Cycle Leader- complete a cycle leader training course and lead supported cycles throughout the community. Help build individuals confidence and independence to ride a bike for the first time. All cycle routes will be planned and risk assessed by GOGA Lead Officer. • Swimming Coach/ Support- perhaps you would like to complete a swimming qualification to help support or coach young girls or women to build their confidence in the water and learn to swim. • Event Volunteer- FVDS run regional events for various different sports, you may wish to come along and support on the day or even referee. Full training, equipment and clothing are supplied free of charge through Forth Valley Disability Sport. Volunteers are subject to full disclosure check.

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.

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.

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.