IVP | How to ensure quality with continuous improvements for diversity

Date and time

29/11/2023, from 10:00am – 11:30am


In this free online training, learn how to foster inclusivity in your organisation, aligned with best practice in volunteer recognition.

The National Standards for Volunteer Involvement provides a sound framework for organisations to consider the role of their volunteers, including the impact effective volunteer involvement can have in achieving strategic goals.

Direct benefits to organisations:

  • They provide useful benchmarks to help organisations attract, manage and retain volunteers
  • Help manage risk and safety in their work with volunteers

Direct benefits to volunteers:

  • They help improve the volunteer experience

After completing the training, you will:

Understand Inclusive Volunteering.

  • Understand why we strive to be inclusive.
  • Be able to identify barriers to inclusion.
  • Have knowledge to reduce the impact of barriers.
  • Know how to create meaningful volunteering experiences.
  • Understand what it means to be part of an inclusive team.
  • Different methods for engaging and empowering volunteers from different backgrounds.
  • The benefits from an engaged and empowered volunteer team.

This event is worth 1 CPD point. Training is provided by The Centre For Volunteering.

Registrations open 26/09/2023 at 9:30pm.

Register here.

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