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Before you complete our online form please ensure that you have the following:

1) The name and email address of two people who can supply you with a reference.

2) A passport style photograph that we can use to identify you and help to produce your pass for accessing the studios.

HOW TO TAKE YOUR PICTURE

1. Find a plain white wall, door, or hang a sheet to use as a background. We can remove backgrounds if you have straight hair. Otherwise, we require your photo to have a plain white or off-white background.

2. Face the camera. Do not turn your head to either side or tilt your head up or down. Keep your eyes open. Put your arms to your sides and keep your body facing forward. Have a natural facial expression. Normal, unexaggerated smiles are fine, but unusual facial expressions and squinting are not acceptable. Make sure your hair is not covering any part of your eyes.

3. Use the flash – we can remove background shadows if they occur. Set your camera to the highest picture quality setting. Take the picture with plenty of room above and below the head. Make sure both shoulders are in the picture. Be sure the face is in focus.

Correct and incorrect passport photos

Hereford Hospital Radio are always looking for new members to get involved. If you fancy presenting one of our flagship shows, working on tech operations or marketing the station to the masses, get in touch on this simple form below to start the process..

Before starting the form you will need to know the name and email address of two people who can supply you with a reference.

Please let your referees know that they will be contacted. They will not be chased if they don’t respond and this will affect the timeline of your application. Once the references are received you will be required to complete a check using The Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) which was formed by merging together the functions of the Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) and the Independent Safeguarding Authority (ISA) under the Protection of Freedoms Act 2012. A DBS check is used to confirm your identity and that you have no criminal convictions which might prevent you from working with children, the elderly or vulnerable adults.

We use an email system to communicate with our members and your details will be added unless you tell us that you do not wish to receive information in this way.

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