Now recently invited to join VSLC as the Technical Director after working in Vietnam on 4 occasions from 2011 to 2016, training over 100 school teachers to become swimming teachers and developing and running a programme for tutor training. His aim is to promote swimming, survival and rescue skills and make a difference to the drowning figures recorded for Vietnam.
Graham has managed Hue Help’s Swimming for Safety drowning prevention programme in Vietnam since it began in 2011, helping to train over 11,000 children in Vietnam to swim, and has spoken at the World Conference on Drowning Prevention in Germany and Malaysia. He is currently an extrenal reviewer for the World Health Organisation’s upcoming publication on recommendations for implementing swimming lessons for school aged children.
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Become a VSLC Trainer
VSLC are seeking an Operations Assistant!
Working as part of a growing lifesaving, first aid and swimming teaching organisation, you will helping to ensure all aspects of our operations run smoothly. You will need strong communication and interpersonal skills and strong English language skills.
VSLC works across Vietnam, from Phu Quoc to Sa Pa – so you will need to be willing to take the opportunity to travel from time to time as the role requires
We are looking to fill the role as soon as possible. Applicants must have the right to work in Vietnam.
This exciting role offers the chance to learn a range of new skills, travel and be part of a growing organisation committed to improving the standards of first response and aquatic safety in Vietnam.
Please email your CV or or message with any questions!