Road safety volunteering
Norfolk County Council is looking for volunteers to promote and deliver a range of road safety training to adults and children alike.
If you are a parish or a community leader e.g. Cub Scout leader, or an individual or group who is concerned about Road Safety in your community and have a few hours to spare you can apply to become a Road Safety Volunteer.
As a Road Safety Volunteer you will receive full training, equipment and ongoing support from Norfolk County Council Road Safety Team; relevant CRB checks will be undertaken if required.
Road safety volunteer schemes
There are a number of different schemes for which you can volunteer.
- Promote the importance of fitting a child seat and car seat belts correctly and provide details of these safety sessions in your community
- Help teach young children to cross the road
- Help provide off-road cycle training for 7 and 8 year olds and on-road cycle training for 9 and 10 year olds
- Help deliver workshops for younger drivers (you will need a basic level of mechanical knowledge to help deliver this course)
- Promote motorcycle training (you will need to be a competent motorcyclist)
- Co-ordinate and promote driver development and eco initiatives within your business
- Download Road Safety posters and flyers to display in your community