ALLAMBIE – Push & Pedal Advanced Bike Skills program (starts Sat 24 April, 2021)

CPA physiotherapists require a volunteer to support our fortnightly 'Push & Pedal' Bike Skills program.

Run fortnightly on Saturday mornings at our Allambie site, the program is for small groups of children with a range of disabilities aged 6-12 years.

The aim of the program is to teach beginner cyclists the fundamentals of riding a bike in a safe, fun and engaging environment.

Individual goals will be established for each participant, and activitiy ideas will be shared with families to help children continue improving their skills beyond the program.



Term 2:  Advanced group (5 sessions) - Saturday 24 Apr – Saturday 19 June, 2021 

Sept Holidays: Beginners (daily) Mon 26 Sept – Friday 31 October, 2021 (1.5hrs over 5 consecutive days)

TIME:  10.30am - 1pm

LOCATION:  Cerebral Palsy Alliance - 187 Allambie Road, Allambie Heights



As a volunteer with this program, you will support our physiotherapist to teach beginner riders just starting to learn to ride a bike e.g. using training wheels

You will also assist staff to encourage children to participate in structured games; develop bike balance skills; learn to stop and start; hold the handlebars to steer; propel using pedals and independently put on a helmet.



  • Full term commitment preferred
  • Willingness to undertake Working with Children and Police Checks
  • Complete an NDIS online training module (prior to starting your role)
  • Attend a Volunteer Induction session prior to your start date
  • Comply with CPA’s COVID-19 safe working guidelines.



  • Volunteers receive hands on experience in an inclusive group program for children with disabilities
  • Experience the real-life impact on the physical and emotional wellbeing of children from improving their bike riding abilities
  • This role is a unique opportuity to learn from experienced physiotherapists


If this rewarding role is of interest to you, please contact Jodie Collins: 



NOTE - Allied Health Students

If you’re studying an Allied Health course, a volunteer role like this will support you to gain skills and experience that will be invaluable when you’re ready to take on your first professional role.

This position is subject to a compulsory Working with Children Check


Jodie Collins


Call 0428 539 461

Responses to Registration of Interest from Tuesday 19 January, 2021.