Could you help St John Ambulance’s cadets in Cromer?
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Organisers of St John Ambulance's Cromer unit are appealing for new volunteers to step forward as youth helpers.
Successful candidates will work with the unit's youth leaders and cadets and assist with first aid training and other valuable life skills.
Youth leaders help members learn life saving skills, as well as guiding them towards the Grand Prior Award - the highest accolade that can be achieved by a St John Ambulance Cadet.
Cromer Cadet unit manager Zoie Taylor said: 'I'd love to hear from enthusiastic local people who can help us take the cadet unit to its next level of growth.'
No first aid or volunteering experience is required as training will be given. All volunteers must be over 18 and will be required to pass an enhanced disclosure and barring service check. The group meets Tuesdays in term-time from at the Cadet unit on Bond Street from 6-7pm.
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