The Pines day centre in Durrington near Worthing provides a wide range of activities for adults with learning disabilities. The centre is currently seeking a volunteer to coach the centre's customers in flat green bowling.
We are looking for someone who can coach and support small groups of adults with learning disabilities to play flat green bowling at a local venue.
How to apply
You can apply using our online form.Apply online
Alternatively you can download a version of our application form which you can complete and send to us.Application form (Word, 76KB)
Send your completed application form to:
A full understanding of the rules and techniques required to play flat green bowling and the patience to develop the skills of adults with learning disabilities.
A volunteer who enjoys playing and coaching flat green bowling, preferably with local knowledge of clubs likely to support this venture.
Details of duties
- To meet players at a local flat green bowling venue.
- To spend a few hours playing and coaching in the rules and techniques of the game.
Regularity of duties
One morning or afternoon a week during the season, dependent upon appropriate weather.
Guidance and support
The adults will be brought to the bowling venue and collected from the sessions by a trainer from the day centre which the adults attend. The trainer will liaise with the volunteer and be responsible for providing support to the volunteer.
Training and equipment
Volunteers will receive a formal introductory session before beginning their role.
Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check
Volunteers will not be required to have a DBS check before undertaking the role.
Volunteers will be required to provide one reference before undertaking the role.