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ChildVision Summer Programme 2020

Sports & Recreation

ChildVision Summer Programme 2020

ChildVision, National Education Centre for Blind Children


At a Glance

  • Start Date:28/06/2020
  • End Date:03/07/2020
  • Closing date:07/07/2020
  • Post Updated:06/01/2020
  • Min Hours:Drumcondra Dublin 9
  • Role Type:Youth work

Requirements:Garda Clearance, First Aid, Drivers Licence


The Summer Programme consists of 20 students (10 years of age upwards) to 23 years. 

It is a day programme from Monday 28th June 2020 to Friday 3rd July 2020 (10:00AM - 4:00PM) consisting the following activities: Judo, Tennis, Football, Swimming, Cycling Tandem, Cycling, Arts & Crafts amongst many more.

Is training provided?: Yes

Please note that Garda Vetting is required for this position.

Tasks that the volunteer(s) will be expected to undertake:

Without volunteers, ChildVision’s Summer Programme 2019 would be not possible. We need your help to ensure a successful, action-packed week of activities with lots of fun and laughter. Our volunteers are an integral part of making summer programme happen!

One of the most important aspects of your role as a ChildVision is to support and encourage each camper to participate in all aspects of the camp activities and in doing so maximise the benefit they gain from the summer programme. This can include trying new sports, growth in confidence, make new friends and everything in-between.

You will work as part of a Volunteer team to ensure the safety and welfare of the campers, and above all, make their experience a FUN one. It is important that this relationship is built on trust, empathy, respect and acceptance. A ChildVision volunteer can have a huge influence on the experience of the participant especially if it is their first time at camp, so please fulfil your role to the best of your ability!

Other elements of a ChildVision’s volunteer role may involve assisting in the coordination of the everyday tasks associated with the running of camp as well as the set up and assistance in activities. ChildVision volunteer really help the flow of camp, ensure everything is prepared and ready in advance.

Everyone has a unique contribution to make to the Summer Programme 2019.

Everyone should work together to use each other’s talents and develop a partnership to ensure everyone gets the best out of the camp.

Skills required for this role:

If selected:

You must be at least 18 years or over.

You need to have attended (or are scheduled to attend prior to Camp) a Child Awareness & Protection Course’ or ‘Child Protection in Sport Workshop’.

You need to be available for the full length of the camp session and to attend the induction training session.

Keen interest in sports and recreation

Details of time commitment needed for role:
Sunday 28th June 2020 at 2:00pm through to Friday 3rd July 2020 at 2:00pm. Accommodation for volunteers provided on campus.

Minimum time commitment per week:
10+ hour p/week

Additional screening required for this role:
3 x references Garda Clearance Application Form Informal Interview


If you have any questions about this role please feel free to get in touch:

Name: Raymond McSweeney

Address: ChildVision, National Education Centre for Blind Children, Gracepark Road, Drumcondra, Dublin 9 D09 WK0H


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