Sligo Volunteer Centre run regular Volunteer Management Training for not for Profit Organisations
The 4 VMT modules are designed by Volunteer Ireland and delivered in a hands-on, participative style by SVC. They are designed to provide participants with a Best Practice Framework for involving volunteers in their organisation. The training covers the following topics:
Module 1: How to plan and get ready for volunteer involvement
Module 2: Best practice for recruitment, selection and induction of volunteers
Module 3: Day to day management, support and supervision of volunteers
Module 4: To give participants the knowledge and tools to design and implement a volunteer policy
Who is it for? VMT is aimed at those individuals responsible for directly dealing with & managing volunteers or those organisations with volunteer structures that need development or wish to develp best practice volunteer management frameworks for their groups/organisations.
So which Sligo community groups & organisations have already completed this valuable training??
Promoting the best practice & leadership in Volunteering in County Sligo
The following Organisations & Groups in Sligo have successfully completed Volunteer Management Training.
2015- The Model, St. Johns Community Hospital, Sligo Mediation Services, Sligo North Side Centre, Branching out, The Hawkswell Theatre, Sligo Lend a Hand, MS Therapy Centre, Sligo Volunteer Centre, SVP Sligo.
2013 - Children In Hospital Ireland; Youth City Cranmore; St Johns Community Hospital; Order of Malta; Third Age Advocacy Group for Older People; Sligo MS Therapy Shop; Sligo Lend A Hand.
2012 - Northside Community Centre; Rathbraughan Residents Association; Wisdom Services Cregg House; Sligo Centre for Independent Living; Shalmar Men’s Hostel; National Learning Network; St. Vincent De Paul Society; Cranmore Community Partnership.
2011 - Bothar; Disability Services; Combre - Romania; Focus Point; Sligo Sports Partnership;Carers HSE; Ballymote Community Enterprise; Domestic Violence Association; Simon Community.
2010 - Irish Wheelchair Association Sligo; St. John's Community Hospital; Men’s Hostel Ballytivnan; Domestic Violence Advocacy Services Sligo Leitrim & Cavan; Special Olympics; Mental Health Services HSE; Kilglass Community Council; GAA Enniscrone; Sligo Samaritans; Enniscrone Community & District Development Ltd; Easkey Family Resource Centre Ltd; Comhaltas, Dromore West.