Meet Whizz-Kidz Trainer, James

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James is one of our sessional Whizz-Kidz Trainers. He has lots of experience working with young wheelchair users leading training and activities at Ambassador Clubs (youth clubs), Wheelchair Skills Training schemes and Camp across the UK.  Most recently James led a session at a Camp Whizz-Kidz in Southend, equipping young wheelchair users with the skills to make their beds, helping them to become more independent.

James says:

‘The best thing about working at Whizz-Kidz is seeing that the skills I teach and the sessions I run, actually make a real and positive impact on the lives of young wheelchair users.

‘You should think about becoming a Whizz-Kidz Trainer because it is good fun, it is incredibly rewarding and there is never a dull moment! Being a Whizz-Kidz Trainer means that I have a flexible working life, get to travel around the country and meet some great people.’

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