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Jubilee Sailing Trust - Youth Leadership @ Sea

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12 Hazel Road
Address 2
SO19 7GA

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About the Organisation

The JST takes both disabled and able-bodied men and women to sea, to not only teach them how to crew a tall ship, but to promote equality, sharing, and to celebrate our individual differences by working together to achieve

Jubilee Sailing Trust Youth Scheme promotes the integration of able-bodied and physically disabled people through adventure tall ship sailing holidays for 16-25 year olds.

The Leadership @ Sea programme has been specifically designed to equip you with life skills that will help propel you forward in your future career. The programme builds confidence through experience, giving you the opportunity to lead a team made up of a wide age range and of different physical abilities. The experience challenges your leadership and communication skills and improves your understanding of different people’s strengths and abilities, ultimately enabling you to become a better leader and team player. The JST’s Youth Leadership at Sea is an accredited Duke of Edinburgh Gold Award residential programme

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Bursary funding is available for Leadership @ Sea places. To be eligible you must be aged between 16 and 25 years. You will be asked to write a 200-300 word statement explaining why you should benefit from a bursary, what you are looking forward to learning on your voyage and what benefits you will bring back to the community, and /or your school, college or university. After you return from your voyage, you will also be required to write a report covering your experience on board.

Type Of Service
Friendships, Relationships and Community Activity Provider
Age of Users
From 16 To 25
Who can use your service?

Disabled and able-bodied children and young people aged 16-25 years.

Can siblings who are not disabled use your service?

Inclusive Services

Additional and Special Educational Needs

Physical Disability

Preparing for Adulthood

Preparing for Adulthood Categories

Preparing for Adulthood - Friendships, Relationships and Community
Things To Do New Things To Try Having Friends and Relationships

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