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To Involve and Safeguard Volunteers Amid COVID-19 – FREE Online Training and Events from NCVO

28-Apr-2020

The National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO) will be hosting a series of FREE webinars for delegates to keep up to date with latest volunteering policy, research and practice in light of the Coronavirus outbreak.

Involving volunteers during the pandemic: What you need to know - 5 May 2020 – online event

This webinar will provide you with some top tips on involving and supporting volunteers during the coronavirus crisis and give an overview of the practical guidance and support available.

Topics being discussed will include:

  • Understanding how volunteers can make a difference during the pandemic
  • Getting top tips on involving and supporting volunteers during the pandemic
  • Knowing more about what practical support and guidance is available

Particularly useful for anyone involved in supporting and managing volunteers, the webinar is also free for anyone to join.

After registering, delegates will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

How to involve and safeguard your volunteers during coronavirus14 May 2020 – online event

What do you need to do if you are involving volunteers in your response to coronavirus? This webinar will bring you up to date on common volunteering roles, key safeguarding principles, and wellbeing tips for your volunteers.

Topics being discussed will include:

  • Best practice in safeguarding and volunteer roles
  • How to manage volunteer well-being
  • Shared examples of how volunteers are supporting communities

Aimed at small community organisations that want to understand how they can be helpful whilst following good volunteering practice, the webinar is also free for anyone to join.

After registering, delegates will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

For more information, visit the NCVO website


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