New Volunteer Management Training Program for Kerry

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It is important that volunteers have positive volunteering experiences and that volunteer involving organisations are supported to provide such positive local volunteering experiences. As such we are delighted to let you know that as part the schedule of events for National Volunteering Week 2017, Kerry Volunteer Centre has today launched an innovative Volunteer Management Training Program for Kerry to provide a local and free training platform for charities, community groups, volunteer involving organisations and volunteers to become skilled in Volunteer Management.

The Volunteer Management Training Program aims to enhance the capacity of local organisations, allow access to progression routes for active volunteers and enhance the local volunteering experience in Kerry.Moreover, it will facilitate the development of a panel of Volunteer Managers in Kerry.

The training will encompass all aspects of Volunteer Management and will be delivered from 10am to 1pm on Thursday 8th, Thursday 15th and Thursday 22nd of June 2017 at the Gleneagle Hotel, Killarney. Certificate of attendance will be awarded upon completion of the full 9 hour training program.

The Volunteer Management Training Program is now open to applications, places are limited to 30 and you can apply now by emailing

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by KerryVolunteerCentre