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Parents needed to work with schools

29 September 2011

a2omcic is a community interest company (100% not-for-profit) dedicated to protecting the lives of young drivers by providing better knowledge and education for them and their parents. 

So if protecting teenagers out on our roads is one of its priorities too. Through schools/colleges a2omcic gives away free expert brain-training software and a parent guide; an essential read for mum and dad, so they can make informed decisions when its their child’s moment to sit in the drivers seat.

a2omcic is looking for part-time (term-time only) representatives to contact and liaise with local schools/colleges to ensure the potentially live-saving software gets distributed and the guide, gets read by as many parents as possible.

There are regional opportunities throughout the UK starting from mid October 2011.

Work in a self-employed capacity.  Each region looks after approx. 200 schools. Pay - £25 for each school/college that takes up the software and distributes the guide.  There are further bonuses for attending parent evenings/fresher’s fairs, meeting local MPs etc.

 To apply, please send your CV and covering note to: srowley@a2omcic.org

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