3.4m Helper

This document provides guidance on the responsibilities of a Helper.  A Helper is an adult who has an agreed role during a Visit, but who is not a Visit Leader, Assistant Leader, Activity Leader or Participant.  For example, a Helper might be: an inexperienced member of staff; a Parent; an apprentice, student or trainee; or a carer.  Any child or young person in a helping role should be regarded as a Participant.

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