Lead Ambassadors are paid a small bursary for successful execution of their services and are regional and would perform the duties of an Ambassador and in addition act as a point of contact for Ambassadors within their region and support them in their duties. A Lead Ambassador will…
Ambassadors provide their services voluntarily and are our vital ‘on the ground’ people who willingly give their time to advise and support a small number of schools/organisations in their locality to put on NCW activities. It is not envisaged that Ambassadors will ‘put on’ or take control of activities. Nor is it required that they offer schools/organisations a face-to-face meeting. They will:
N.B. If Ambassadors wish to make face-to-face meeting arrangements with schools/organisations they do so at their own risk and should take all reasonable precautions to ensure their own safety.
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