Developing your volunteer programme
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Developing your volunteer programme

Developing your volunteer programme

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Voluntary Action Islington

200A Pentonville Road

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N1 9JP

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Volunteers play a crucial role in the non-profit sector often making significant changes to peoples lives and tackling issues in society. Taking on volunteers in a strategic way will ensure that you get the right volunteers and more importantly that their role is in line with the organisations vision and mission. Quite often volunteers are taken on spontaneously and in reaction to a need. This course aims to give you a strong base for recruitment and utilising the time, skills and experience of the volunteer.

Who is it for:

The course, which is free, is for small to medium BAME organisations (up to 25 paid staff) that currently use volunteers, aged 18-30, and want to maximise the relationship or that are thinking of using volunteers and need to develop a volunteer programme. A maximum of two people can book from one organisation.

What the course will cover:

This course will consider:

  • the importance of putting together an effective volunteer plan for your organisation

  • understanding who needs to involved in developing the plan

  • what needs to be included in the plan

  • understanding the role volunteers can play in your organisation

  • defining what tasks you want the volunteer to do

  • resource allocation and capacity issues

  • measuring the value of volunteers

  • monitoring and evaluation

  • using existing toolkits

  • what impact volunteering can have on individuals, organisations and service users


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