EVOLVE: CPD for Volunteer Managers
Evolve is our dynamic forum for Volunteer Managers to help with Continuing Professional Development. Evolve brings together volunteer managers with lots of different experience to learn, share experiences, and network.
Each Evolve has a different thematic focus, concentrating on your professional development. Evolve is also an opportunity to give and receive peer support.
It is an invaluable tool for everyone with responsibility for recruiting, managing or supporting volunteers (whether paid or as a volunteer, whether in frontline service delivery or serving on a management board or committee) and everyone will be made very welcome.
It's completely free but we do ask people to book so check out details of our next session and please come along.
This interactive and lively session explores in-depth the influence of what volunteer managers do. The content is developed based on a recent PhD study within Scottish third sector organisations. The findings show how what volunteer managers do directly impacts on volunteer engagement/retention.
There will be a presentation and time for questions and discussion. Please come ready with your questions and comments on this and any other current volunteering management issue you want to get informal peer support with.(Tea, coffee and biscuits provided.)
Who is the event for? Volunteer Managers
When? Date: 26 November 2014, Time: 10am - 12.30pm
Where? Volunteer Centre Edinburgh
Enquiries Please contact Jean on 0131 603 5149 or e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Use the below form to book your place at this event
- You will be invoiced for your booking. Please do not send payment now.
- Bookings are subject to confirmation by the Volunteer Centre.
- All bookings are non-refundable.
- We generally limit places to two bookings per organisation per course.
- If you need to book more than one place on the course, please submit another form for that person.
- Craig Turner – 26 November 2014
Case Study – Interview with Jess Wade, RNIB - Investing in Volunteers (IiV)