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Recognising the Impact of Volunteering
Thu 31 August 2017, 10:00 – 16:00 BST
This learning course aims to explore a range of ways that can record and measure the impact of volunteer contributions. We will look at methods to collect information that will measure the impact of volunteering.
By the end of this course participants will have:
• Demonstrated how the impact of volunteering relates to organisational goals.
• Explored and identified a range of methods for collecting and recording data.
• Ascertained techniques to use with their volunteers.
Recorded an action plan to further their learning in practice.
What to bring with you - Pre course; participants should bring to the course information about their organisations objectives for volunteering and should in advance consider and record what types of impacts they want to recognise and measure. Please bring your recorded ideas with you to the course.
Trainer details - Elizabeth has many years of experience facilitating learning, community development and managing volunteers and projects. Having worked with national and local organisations Elizabeth has managed projects where involving the community has been paramount. Elizabeth currently works as a freelance consultant sharing her experience and knowledge with others to develop and support community involvement and manage of projects in volunteering. Elizabeth has successfully faciliated learning about volunteering management across Scotland and aims to help others to develop and engage effectively with communities.
Lunch - Please bring a packed lunch
Terms & Conditions - The full fee is payable for cancellations within 7 days of event.