Jules is a Co-Director at The Eventurists. In addition to organising events she also delivers training across the events industry. Teaching Local Government Administrative Law Jules is up to date with the Licensing Act 2005 and completing the requisite paperwork when it comes to applying for events licences.
In conjunction with Cirencester College, Jules and Holly deliver the Level 2 NVQ Certificate in Spectator Safety. The course is delivered on festival sites and to volunteer groups working in the event industry.
With years of experience Jules and the team can deliver bespoke training in licensing, event management and steward training. Our clients include large charities, festival organisations, local authorities in England and Wales and carnival organisations across the South West.
Holly, also a Co-director at The Eventurists, has worked in the in a wide variety of roles in the events industry for 11 years. In addition to teaching and assessing the NVQ course with Jules, Holly is a qualified first aider and teaches all of our first aid courses.
Holly's career in the event industry has seen her working in Event Control, as a Safeguarding Coordinator, Volunteer Manager, Operations Assistant, Steward Management, First Aid and as DPS for a wide variety of events ranging from music festivals, motor cross events, carnivals and local markets. Holly is an SIA badge holder.
Jill is an Eventurist. She’s been a Fellow of the CIPD for 20 years and is an expert in safeguarding, inclusion and diversity. She’s a fire service safeguarding lead and has run training at events in the UK and Europe in Safeguarding, diversity and RESPECT for teams and volunteers.
Level 1 Event Safeguarding for teams and volunteers
Level 3 Managing Safeguarding for Event Supervisors and managers
Level 2 RESPECT Training for volunteer stewards and marshals and security teams
With a background in promotion and administration, Cat provides admin support for the Eventurists across various events. She hopes to pursue her Level 2 NVQ in Stewarding in Summer 2018.