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Volunteer Engagement Leaders Experienced in Volunteer Screening Series

Volunteer Engagement Leaders Experienced in Volunteer Screening

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Online

About this event

Online. 3 part series

PIN is embarking on a series for Volunteer Engagement Leaders Experienced in Volunteer Screening who want to broaden their understanding of role of volunteer screening .

Wednesday, November 16, 2022 is part one of three Volunteer Engagement Leaders Experienced in Volunteer Screening series aimed at Bringing Kindness/Mindfulness into Volunteer Engagement;

Language Matters. Conversations that make a Difference.How to have difficult discussions involving Volunteers.

A planned approach to challenging conversations or dealing with conflict can lead to better solutions and more effective relationships within the Volunteer Engagement program and your organization.

What actions and/or discussions do you need to consider when a police record check comes back with results (internal? with individual?)

Wednesday, November 23, 2022 is part two of three in Volunteer Engagement Leaders Experienced in Volunteer Screening series aimed at Youth Volunteer Engagement (14 to 18 years and under 14).

Regardless of whether your organization supports people in the vulnerable sector there are important considerations to involving youth as volunteers.

How can you engage youth volunteers, reduce risk and ensure safety for all.

Wednesday, November 30, 2022 is part three of three in the Volunteer Engagement Leaders Experienced in Volunteer Screening series aimed the Role of Ethics When Leading Volunteers. Am I Making the Right Decision?

No organization wants to be in the spotlight because they did not focus on ethics related to volunteer engagement. Participants will learn about ethics and how to make sound decisions that can be applied to volunteer engagement programs. Also, understand how to engage volunteers, staff and leaders within the organization to become more effective partners in resolving ethical dilemmas.

Participants from Community Benefit organizations in Guelph will receive 1 year access to all 9 online courses in the ‘for Volunteer Managers’ section of PIN’s Learning Space and a certificate for completing all 3 sessions in ‘for Volunteer Engagement Leaders Experienced in Volunteer Screening’.

Register once. Attend one or all 3 for Volunteer Engagement Leaders Experienced in Volunteer Screening sessions.

Please join Emily Vincent, BestMatch Program Coordinator at one or all of three online options to learn how to have difficult discussions involving Volunteers, engage youth volunteers, reduce risk and ensure safety and explore the role of ethics when leader volunteers.

BestMatch is funded by the City of Guelph; education, training and consultation in volunteer screening to build capacity and engagement in volunteerism.