The position of the police, fire brigade and other emergency services is changing. The services are converging and are increasingly collaborating. In P! T, the visitor learns everything about who does ...
As a public supervisor, you are the point of contact in the museum for our visitors. You are the calling card of PIT. You supervise our collection, answer questions from visitors and, if desired, tell visitors about our collection and let them think about safety.
Working hours: PIT Safety Museum is open from Tuesday to Sunday, between 11 am and 5 pm. You work one (if you want two shifts) of three hours per week in consultation.
Special Conditions: You do not need to have specific knowledge of the subject. But it is important that you are representative, have good communication skills and of course preponderance and that you like to speak to people. You must be at least 18 years old and a certificate of conduct is requested.
Training method and supervision: Several training days with a colleague
In the interactive exhibition of P! T, visitors of all ages experience the world of safety and public order, work in security and its history, present and future. P! T will house permanent and temporary exhibitions, publications, events and educational programs. It will be the national knowledge center for questions about the fire brigade, police, medical assistance and crises, crime and safety at home.