Thank you to all the participants for making the Volunteer Workers/Managers Training and Networking session, held on March 9 & 10, a great success.
Thank you to all of our presenters, speakers and facilitators for their contribution:
- Leslie Robinson, AIDS Vancouver Island
- Cari Moore, Canadian Administrators of Volunteer Resources / Administrators of Volunteer Resources – British Columbia
- Marc Seguin, BC Persons With AIDS Society
- Quinn Bennett, AIDS Vancouver
- Craig Matsu-Pissot, Friends for Life
- Steve McCurley, Volunteer management consultant and co-editor of e-volunteerism.com
Please Note: Some of these files are quite large and may take some time to download depending on the speed of your connection.
Roundtable Discussion – Critical, emerging and issues of interest for the sector/practice. Facilitator: Leslie Robinson, Volunteer Services and Fund Development Officer – AIDS Vancouver Island – DOWNLOAD COMING SOON
The Canadian Code for Volunteer Involvement. Presenter: Cari Moore, Canadian Administrators of Volunteer Resources / Administrators of Volunteer Resources – British Columbia.
Handout one – The Canadian Code for Volunteer Involvement
Handout two – The Canadian Code for Volunteer Involvement: An Audit Tool
Engaging PHA Volunteers. Presenters: Marc Seguin, Coordinator, Volunteer Services & Training – BC Persons With AIDS Society; Quinn Bennett, Manager Volunteer Resources and Support Services – AIDS Vancouver.
Roundtable Discussion – I Think We Might Be on to Something…Facilitators: Jennifer Evin Jones, Executive Director, Pacific AIDS Network and Stacy Leblanc, Pacific AIDS Network. – DOWNLOAD COMING SOON
Too Much of a Good Thing: Creating Boundaries for Volunteers. Steve McCurley, Volunteer management consultant and co-editor of e-volunteerism.com
Handout one – Establishing Position and Relationship Boundaries for Volunteers
Identifying and Managing Risks in Volunteer Programs. Steve McCurley, Volunteer management consultant and co-editor of e-volunteerism.com
Handout one – Risk Proofing Your Volunteer Program
Handout two – Volunteers and the Law
Useful website: www.energizeinc.com
A copy of the agenda/programme used for the training is available HERE.
A copy of the evaluation report is available HERE .