Stadium First Aider

Could you keep sporting crowds safe? Whether it's giving out a plaster for a foot blister, or more serious emergencies, you'll be a life saver.

Stadium First Aider

As a First Aider at stadiums, it's your opportunity to help look after large and small groups of people at football and rugby matches. This is the chance to learn new skills, and enhance skills you might already possess, like your First Aid at Work qualification.

 

The role

You'll be part of a team that delivers first aid at stadiums across the country.

You'll get to shadow experienced first aiders, and learn and use the skills needed to look after the crowds.

You'll also have the chance to develop into more advanced roles, including Operational First Aider, Cycle Responder, and Emergency Ambulance Crew.

 

Qualification level required

For this role you will need a current First Aid at Work qualification achieved through St John Ambulance or other registered centres of an awarding organisation. However, don't worry if you don't have this, as you can apply to take part in one of our first aid courses.

 

We're looking for Stadium First Aiders for the following stadiums:

We hope to expand this role to other stadiums across the country, so do check back if there isn't currently one in your area!

You'll get a huge sense of satisfaction and pride delivering an essential service. It's great for you, great for your community, and great for our nation, and it requires only a small commitment of your time.

Roles in this category include:

Youth leader

As an enthusiastic youth leader you will lead the delivery and preparation of the youth programme for one of our units (this could be for Badgers, Cadets, Peer Education, Youth First Aid or RISE).

Minimum time commitment: 4 hours per week

Previous volunteering experience needed: No previous first aid experience required

Youth helper

Youth helpers always work under the supervision of trained youth leaders. You’ll need to be enthusiastic, have an interest in helping young people to develop, and have good communication skills.

Minimum time commitment: 4-6 hours per month

Previous volunteering experience needed: No previous first aid experience required

Role Minimum time commitment Qualification level

Youth leader

As an enthusiastic youth leader you will lead the delivery and preparation of the youth programme for one of our units (this could be for Badgers, Cadets, Peer Education, Youth First Aid or RISE).
4 hours per week No previous first aid experience required

Youth helper

Youth helpers always work under the supervision of trained youth leaders. You’ll need to be enthusiastic, have an interest in helping young people to develop, and have good communication skills.
4-6 hours per month No previous first aid experience required

Volunteering Opportunities

If you want to help save lives in your community, we’d love you to join our team. Whatever you enjoy doing,and however much time you can commit, there’s a volunteer role for you.

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