Whatever your skills and no matter how much time you can commit, there is a volunteering role for you to give back to the sport and make badminton happen
There are lots of reasons why you might want to get involved in badminton volunteering - as well as giving something back to your sport, volunteering increases confidence and self esteem, enables you to meet new people and make friends, helps improve your organisation and teamworking skills, enhances your CV, gives you invaluable experience in different roles, helps develop transferable skills and provides new challenges.
Simple really, just register and then find someone who needs your help. Whatever your skills and no matter how much time you can commit, there is a volunteering role for you to give back to the sport and make badminton happen
If you are in dire need of an army of volunteers yourself locally, don't fret! We are here for you as well. Just enter some details on the database and we will help you search for someone to help.
The Tunnel team liaises with Match Control to send the athletes, technical officials and court maintenance volunteers onto the field of play at the correct time and order. ..
Accreditation Team Members present the friendly face of the tournament at the point of arrival of teams, volunteers, officials and VIPs, welcoming all to the event and handing out accreditation and selling tickets. ..
Steward Team Members share information and direct volunteers, players and officials to appropriate areas based on their accreditation. ..
Ticketing Team Members present the friendly face of the tournament at the point of arrival of members of the public, welcoming all to the event and handing out accreditation and selling tickets. As a Ticketing Team Member, we may reasonably expect you to: Meet and greet large numbers of spectators upon arrival; Check tickets; Sell tickets and allocate accordingly; Man the front …..
To run the training session for our athletes, all at varying levels. An understanding on badminton and its competition rules would be essential. This would be a rewarding role to see our athletes progress and win medals at competitions...
We would like to organise a course in which juniors can train for an hour or two a week, progress as badminton players and hopefully move into clubs then to regional and national level...