We are Twickenham Sea Cadets, one of the Nation’s 450 Sea Cadet Units. We promote young people in our community between the age of 10 and 18 towards responsible adulthood, all through exciting cadetships that follow the ethos and traditions of the Royal Navy.
We are looking for volunteer instructors to help us inspire our cadets to achieve their potential in life, as well as helping build their nautical and general knowledge. Volunteer instructors are invaluable mentors for our young cadets, often acting as the inspiration to achieve more than they otherwise would in life.
Our volunteer instructors can be uniformed or non-uniformed and there is an ocean of opportunity for adult attainment, nationally-recognised qualifications and personal development within the Sea Cadet Corps.
Role title: Adult Instructor
Role objectives: Run lessons, activities, games, projects and events that help cadets progress through the Sea Cadets Experience, gaining qualifications and confidence as they go
Activities undertaken: A huge range to choose from, including classroom instruction, various specialisations, waterborne instruction, adventure training, band and more
Measurements of performance: A rewarding role where you'll be the key to helping and seeing young people flourish into confident, capable young adults
Responsible to: The Unit’s Commanding Officer
Location: Twickenham Sea Cadets, Fairways off Broom Rd, Teddington, TW11 9PL
Volunteering hours: Tue evenings 1915-2130 / Sun mornings 1015-1230
Standards and attire: Smart and confident with sound bearing and an image that presents a positive example to our young cadets
Skills and qualifications: All you need is enthusiasm; we’ll teach you all you need to know!
We are Twickenham Sea Cadets, one of the Nation’s 450 Sea Cadet Units. We promote young people in our community between the age of 10 and 18 towards responsible adulthood, all through exciting cadetships that follow the ethos and traditions of…