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Event Volunteer Programme – successful first placements!

18 August 2015

Last week saw three of the Event Volunteer Programme (EVP) candidates head to Sheffield for the ASA National Swimming Championships, on the first of their event placements. Kelly Podbury, Constance Ryland and Brett Batson joined the year-long Event Volunteer Programme (EVP) in April, for which they have already undertaken a training day at SportPark, Loughborough along with this year’s EVP cohort.

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Volunteers’ Week Spotlight: Katie Hesketh - Young Water Polo Volunteer

21-year old Katie Hesketh has just finished her degree studying Sport Science at Liverpool John Moore’s University, which she has completed alongside full time water polo training, as part of the GB Women’s Water Polo Squad. On top of this, Katie has also been volunteering in a variety of roles, including as a referee, table official and coach almost every weekend for the past four years.

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Volunteers’ Week Spotlight - Jill Stidever MBE: An inspirational aquatics volunteer

Jill Stidever became involved in volunteering as a teenager, first helping with Life Saving and continuing as Swimming Captain at her club whilst undertaking teacher training. Jill discovered her interests lay in helping to teach people with specific difficulties to learn to swim, concentrating on those with physical and/or visual difficulties. Jill was inspired to learn more about how to help those less able in the water and attended courses including the ASA Level 1 and 2 Disability courses, which she now presents as a tutor.

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