- Life Hacking: 6 days training
- Getting Involved: 15 hours volunteering (minimum)
- IFit: 2 days training and 15 hours healthy activities (minimum)
- Get On It: 1 day activity
When is it?
Bronze runs between September and April
What sort of volunteering can I do?
We want you to be inspired to volunteer, so if there’s something you want to get involved with, then you can.
If you’re unsure, here’s a few ideas:
Attending VMCA meetings (what is VMCA?); beach cleans; help out at other local clubs of your choice, like Scouts, Duke of Edinburgh, a sports team, youth groups, homeless charities or mental health charities.
How does Life Hacking work?
Your 6 days of training will cover:
- Waves, wind, tides and a rockpool ramble
- How to make money
- Basic first aid
- Talk, teach train (what’s this?)
- STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) training
- Time at there RSPCA Wild Animal Rescue centre
What’s Get On It?
You get to spend a day at the beach or on the coast taking part in an event.
This could be a beach clean, surf event, music event, lifeboat day, wedding, polo or fireworks.
All you have to do is upload text and images and share your experience.
It’s 2 days of training – building a healthy future and the good food guide.
You’ll also need to log 15 hours of well-being activities, which can include running, walking, dance, fitness classes, kite flying, dog walking, football, rugby, SUP, badminton, horse riding, surfing, skateboarding, rollerskating and swimming.