New players are always welcome, just come along to any of our sessions and make yourself known to the coaching staff. You don’t have to use a wheelchair full-time, and we have all the equipment needed to join in available to loan.
We always have a need for helpers at each of our sessions. If you have an interest in disability sport, working with children and young people, or perhaps you’re just starting out; we have a place for you!
You don’t need any previous experience, and you don’t need to be particularly sporty! From coaches to first aiders, ball fetchers to mechanics; there’s a role for everyone at DDWSC and we’ll make sure you are guided by an experienced volunteer so that you feel comfortable and equipped for helping out.
In order to comply with relevant legislation we do ask that all our volunteers undergo a PVG Check before starting out; this is at no cost to the volunteer, and all the information contained within the application is held in strictest confidence.
If you’d like to help at any of the sports we run, drop us a line or better yet, just come along and introduce yourself to one of the coaching staff.
My name is Ozayr Nasir and I am currently studying in 6th year at harris academy. I am really passionate about helping and assisting people in staying fit and for this reason I am going to be applying for the physiotherapy course at numerous universities. I believe that I have the qualities to volunteer in helping less able people staying fit and for this reason I request you to please consider me for voluntary work at dundee dragons so I get the chance to help those that are less able around me in order to make their life a better and healthier experience.
Thank you for taking time out of your busy schedule for reading this and I hope you give me the chance to serve the people