For Manchester city - based Organisations and Volunteers only.
Date: Thursday 21 September 2017
Time: 10 am - 4 pm
All the hard work that goes into recruiting volunteers is often lost due to lack of management. We will use a variety of learning methods to help you ensure that your volunteers are managed well. This course is suitable for paid staff and volunteers who have a responsibility for managing volunteers.
To make the session practical and tailored to your needs we would ask that you prepare a list of volunteer management issues you are currently facing and take them along to the session.
At the end of the session you will be able to create an action plan to take back to your organisation.
Book a place on this training HERE.
Before booking online, please read the following information carefully:
Registration: If you have not yet registered with Volunteer Centre Manchester, please take a few minutes to complete this now
Organisations can sign up HERE
Volunteers can sign up HERE
If you do not register, you will not be eligible to attend the training.
This training is FREE for volunteers that are registered with Volunteer Centre Manchester; who are volunteering for an organisation or are actively looking for and applying to volunteering opportunities.
A cost of £10 will be charged to employees of Macc member organisations and £30 to employees of any other third sector non-member and statutory, public or private sector organisation who would like to participate in the training.
There are 15 places available so please book early.
To access these courses you must work or volunteer in the city of Manchester (not one of the other 9 Greater Manchester boroughs).
To access your local Volunteer Centre's training programme, please refer to the NCVO Volunteer Centre Finder HERE.
If you are representing an organisation, only ONE booking (per organisation) is permitted - If they become available, additional or spare places will be offered to other people in your organisation.
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