Volunteers are crucial to your success. But it’s not just about recruiting them; it’s also about motivating and keeping them. This interactive, practical workshop looks at the common problems facing organisations who want to find and keep the best volunteers. Working as part of a small group you’ll look at pitfalls and solutions and have the opportunity to share your experiences.
Come along and find out how you can make your job a whole lot easier.
Feedback from a recent attendee: “ I found the training most useful: great ideas, excellent advice, great discussion.”
Training is split into two sessions. Delegates are welcome to come to just one session or, to get the most out of the training, attend for the whole day.
Morning session 10.00am – 12.55pm
- Why people volunteer
- Good practice in volunteer recruitment
- Volunteer policies
- Advertising your volunteer roles
- Selecting your volunteers
Afternoon session 1.45pm – 4.00pm
- Good and bad practice in volunteer induction
- Volunteer agreements
- Recognition and reward
- Legal issues
- Protection of volunteers
- Solutions to common problems of working with volunteers
This practical course will give you the opportunity to apply lessons learnt in realistic scenarios. You will leave with new ideas and top tips to rejuvenate the way you attract, support and keep your volunteers.
Who should attend?
This course is for anyone who is responsible for recruiting and managing volunteers.
£32 per person per session (£48 for the whole day) for the voluntary and community sector in Buckinghamshire
£52 per person per session (£76 for the whole day) for statutory sector, businesses and voluntary organisations outside of Buckinghamshire