This training is suitable for volunteer managers and anyone with a responsibility for working with or recruiting volunteers. It covers the covers the nuts and bolts of creating and recruiting to a volunteer role, such as writing a role description and managing the application process.
This workshop covers the nuts and bolts of creating and recruiting to a volunteer role, but also focuses on the underlying nature of volunteering, and how to use this understanding to better attract volunteers. Topics covered include
Why define specific roles for volunteers
Writing a role description
Advertising and promoting your roles
Tackling the barriers to volunteering
The application process
Interviewing volunteers and making decisions
This will be an interactive session, with opportunities for participants to discuss areas of concern.
Gain an understanding of the motivations behind volunteering and how to tap into this for recruitment
Know the key barriers to volunteering, and how to remove or reduce them
Understand the need to avoid the ‘workplace model’ of recruitment, and make the process as straightforward as possible
15th July 2019 10:00 AM
BVSC Crayford Manor House
Mayplace Road East Crayford, KENDA1 4HB United Kingdom