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National volunteer management conference Tuesday May 30th

Volunteer Ireland are delighted to hold this year’s National Volunteer Management Conference at the Aurivo Auditorium Sligo Institute of Technology.


Written by Conor McCreesh and posted in news


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The National Volunteer Management Conference provides the opportunity to spend some quality time on personal development, networking with your volunteer management colleagues and peers and participating in a host of thought provoking masterclasses and discussions focused on volunteer recruitment, retention, training, support and management.

The conference is essential for anyone interested in volunteer management (paid or unpaid), anyone who is managing volunteers as part of their role (Community & Voluntary or Corporate sector) and organisations involving volunteers.

The masterclasses will explore the benefits of Family Volunteering, the value in Investing in Volunteers, effective use of social media, the pros and cons of rural and student volunteering, and the importance of building the best Board for your organisation.

There case studies in the afternoon will examine interesting programmes within the area of volunteering, welcoming questions from the floor. The conference provides a day of dialogue, networking and knowledge sharing that is invaluable to any organisation.

Registration from 08:45. Conference starts at 09:45.

Hot Lunch & plenty of refreshments provided

Early Bird tickets €63

Please see the website for further details and registration: http://www.volunteer.ie/events/national-volunteer-management-conference-2017/

 

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Published May 9th, 2017
Last updated May 15th, 2017
Tags volunteer volunteering
Source Volunteer Ireland
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