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2322 (Dowty) Squadron is an Air Training Corps squadron based on Arle Road in Cheltenham. We work with children aged 12-20 to help develop a practical interest in aviation and the Royal Air Force ...

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Civilian Instructor - Adult Volunteer

Organisation role · 4–12 hrs/Week · Starting from 14 Jul 2022
Arle Road, Cheltenham, GL51 8LJ, United Kingdom
TrainingTeachingOutdoorsSportsYouth workEnglishSupervising
Children & youthEducationSport & recreation
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We are looking for adult volunteers who are interested in helping to teach air cadets practical and theory skills.

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2322 (Dowty) Squadron are looking for a couple of people to join the air cadets as civilian instructor’s.


Are you interested in teaching the next generation? Do you have an interest in aviation, adventure training, hill walking and more? 2322 Air Cadet Squadron are looking for two members of staff to join our team.


Please feel free to get in contact with us and we can get a member of staff to have a chat with you. We parade on Monday and Thursday evenings, but can work around you as well.


This post is subject to an enhanced DBS for working with children.

What volunteers need😇 Disclosure and Barring Service

What we will provide to volunteers

💸 Reimbursement of costs🤝 Extra support

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About 2322

2322 (Dowty) Squadron is an Air Training Corps squadron based on Arle Road in Cheltenham. We work with children aged 12-20 to help develop a practical interest in aviation and the Royal Air Force. We provide challenging aviation, adventurous, and community activities and also includes active participation in the Duke of Edinburgh award scheme. There is no obligation or pressure to join the services but those who wish to join the RAF are encouraged to do so. Service and achievement within the ATC can gain academic qualifications assisting future job prospects, with many future employers now looking for other “Outside interests” of which the ATC is second to none.