Chateau Du Tertre, France
£££ Competitive + Meals package + Accommodation
The most popular job at PGL – if you’re full of energy then this is the role for you! Our Activity Instructor / Group Leaders (AI/GL) combine instructing duties with guest care to ensure our guests have the best time possible with us.
As an AI/GL, you'll introduce guests to a number of activities and deliver group taster sessions in our core activities, including orienteering, abseiling, climbing, fencing, motorsports, ropes challenge courses, initiative exercises and archery as well as helping to organise and participate in evening entertainments.
This is a fantastic opportunity to share your love for sports and the outdoors with our young guests.
You must be available to work for a very minimum of 12 weeks to be considered for this role; however preference will be given to applicants who can work for at least 20 weeks.
This role offers a great deal of variety, not just because you will find yourself doing lots of different activities, but because you will also find yourself organising evening entertainment or liaising with visiting teachers and party leaders.
All of our Activity Instructor / Group Leaders undergo a comprehensive training programme when they first join PGL. Your aptitude and personal preference during this course, together with skills and experience given on your application, will determine whether your role will be made up mainly of instructing activities, or more pastoral duties, which may include a mix of instructing and organising evening entertainments.
As a first year Activity Instructor/Group Leader, you will be on our Foundation Programme and will be working towards a Level 2 Certificate in Introductory Work in the Outdoors.
To work as an Activity Instructor / Group Leader you don't need any specialist qualifications or have experience in any particular activity as we offer a comprehensive training course to give you the expertise and confidence to do your job. However, you do need to be enthusiastic, willing to learn, have lots of energy and the ability to relate to young people!
Any experience that you have working with young people will enhance your application, whether it's volunteering with a local youth group or paid employment.
Successful applicants are required to undergo an enhanced DBS disclosure, which PGL will pay for. You need to possess the legal right to live and work in the UK