Learning Volunteers

The National Museum of the Royal Navy is looking for volunteers for this role at The Fleet Air Arm Museum, supporting the learning team to deliver one of the busiest Museum Education Programmes in the South West. 

This role will involve assisting with the delivery of education sessions to schools, colleges, adults and uniformed groups alongside other members of the LEAP (Learning Engagement Access and Participation) team. Our programme has a strong science and engineering focus, alongside the story of the History of Naval Aviation.

This would suit a person who enjoys working with a variety of audiences, especially children and young people, and who ideally has some knowledge of aviation and/or engineering

What’s involved?

  • Working alongside the LEAP programme to deliver an exciting education programme to a variety of audiences
  • Assisting with family activities during the school holidays
  • Being an advocate for the museum and its collection.
  • Leading or supporting tours around the museum (training can be given)
  • Working in a safe manner, ensuring own and other’s awareness of and compliance with their responsibilities under the NMRN Health and Safety Policy, and all other appropriate legislation and regulations.
  • Promoting the NMRN in a positive manner at all times.

Why get involved?

  • Be part of a fun and friendly team.
  • Learn more about the Royal Navy.
  • Develop new skills.
  • An opportunity to impart your knowledge to the next generation.
  • Opportunity to contribute to the valuable work and development of the National Museum of the Royal Navy.
  • Work alongside an internationally renowned collection.

How to get involved?

HMS Hermes returning from the Falklands