Volunteer Fire Cadet Instructor
This grid shows when you can volunteer for this organisation. E.G Monday morning.
To support delivery of the Community Fire Cadets programme.
To support young people to work towards achieving qualifications as part of the Community Fire Cadet programme delivery.
To monitor Cadet Unit attendance and participation in Community Fire Cadet Events and activities locally, nationally and internationally (where appropriate).
Use session plans and resources as part of programme delivery, ensuring a positive learning environment is created for the Cadet Unit.
To follow and adhere to GMFRS Safeguarding policy and procedure.
Support and mentor newly appointed Cadet Instructors, Volunteers and colleagues, sharing good practise where necessary.
To attend all training events that are required to carry out the volunteer Cadet Instructor role.
To comply with GMFRS Volunteer policies and procedures
Experience of working with young people in either a personal or professional setting.
Knowledge of Safeguarding
An understanding of Health & Safety and Equality & Diversity legislation and the ability to apply these in the workplace
Understanding of the issues and barriers that face young people across diverse communities
Ability to facilitate and support young people’s progress towards achieving an accredited programme/qualification
Able to build and maintain positive relationships with young people
Ability to present information appropriately and confidently to groups of young people.
Possess basic problem solving skills and able to use initiative where necessary
Ability to empathise with others
Have a reliable, punctual and committed approach.
Ability to work in line with and adhere to the values and behaviours of GMFRS: Honesty, Professional, Inclusive, Respect and Excellence
To undertake an enhanced DBS
Commit to evening and weekend working
Be available to attend residential activities if required