– Volunteer Information Bricktober 2016-

ALL APPLICATIONS CLOSED.

IF YOU MISSED THE BRIEFING SESSIONS

THEN YOU HAVE MISSED OUT ON BEING A  PART OF THIS YEAR.

What is Friends of Bricktober?
Friends of Bricktober are Volunteers that love LEGO® and want to share the hobby of LEGO® play and building with other fans of the brick. They want to use that interest in LEGO® to help promote the  LEGO® play opportunity and support Rotary and community projects.

They are willing to provide their time and give their efforts to help during the Bricktober event. Those who are accepted as Friends of Bricktober Volunteers are then briefed and provided with information on how they can help out over the weekend of the event- refer below for more info.

You must attend a briefing session to be part of the show.

This is a MANDATORY requirement.

 Last chance to be involved in Bricktober 2016 as a Volunteer, Sunday 2nd Oct is your the last minute chance to be briefed on Bricktober. The venue has been redeveloped and changed, the layout of our show has been modified, important information is conveyed on the day. Have all your questions answered about what goes on at Bricktober 2016, meet other Volunteers, Rotarians, Exhibitors and helpers.LAST Breifing session will be held as follows:

Date:                     Sunday 2nd Oct 2016

Times:                   1.00 pm to 2.30 pm

Place:                    East Perth Football Club

Leederville Oval

246 Vincent Street

Leederville

(You can enter the club from Vincent Street and parking is available)

What requirements are there to become a Friends of Bricktober – Volunteer?

To become a Friends of Bricktober Volunteer, you must:

  • Be the age of 18 years or older. Consideration will be given to applications from volunteers aged 15 years to 17 years with relevant experience.
  • Be able to volunteer for at least 6 hours on either the Saturday AND Sunday during the Bricktober event, or the Friday before on the bump in day. (you will be able to have breaks during your roster to have a comfort break, have a drink, food ect)
  • Attend the compulsory briefing held before the event.
  • Must abide by all Bricktober – Perth’s Conditions of Entry – General Public and the Code of Conduct for Volunteers and abide by our risk management plan and all health & safety policies

Do I get paid during the Bricktober – Perth event?

No. All volunteers at Bricktober – Perth do not receive any monetary compensation.

 

What are the benefits of becoming a Friends of Bricktober – Volunteer?

Many and great! The benefits include:

  • Free entry into the event
  • A commemorative t-shirt and cap, plus a LEGO® brick badge made from real LEGO®, to be worn on the day to distinguish you as part of the Bricktober team.
  • Meals and refreshments, on all days of the event will be  provided in the form of vouchers to spend at the various vendors at the event
  • Becoming a part of an amazing and fun team that loves LEGO®.
  • A thank you certificate that can be used in your resume.
  • Gaining insight into the event management and knowing that you are helping out others to make improve the state of the world.
  • It’s also a good way to meet your fellow volunteers that you will be working with on the event.

Do I have to attend the briefing session?

Yes. . It is vital for all Bricktober Volunteers do attend the briefing prior to the event.

If I do not attend the briefing session, what happens then?

Unfortunately, you will not be able to volunteer and be part of the Bricktober team for October 2016..

Can I select which role I wish to volunteer in?

Yes, you can. You get to select 2 preferences (each preference must be different so you cannot choose the same one twice). Please be advised that you may not get into your 1st or 2nd preference.

– Please Click Here to see more information
on the roles available to volunteers –

My friends and I are applying to volunteer together with the same roles. If we are both accepted, can you put us in the same section?

It isn’t always possible as we need your skills, knowledge and previous experience for the operations of the event. However, we do want you to enjoy yourselves and the experience with Bricktober so we will certainly try!

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