Effectively Recruiting, Managing and Retaining Volunteers Event

Taking place in Central London, ‘Effectively Recruiting, Managing and Retaining Volunteers’ will be led by the NCVO, NAVCA and the ACEVO, alongside interactive case studies from leading innovators across the sector demonstrating successful best practice.

If this is something that would be of interest then please simply register using the booking link below. If you feel a colleague would benefit from attending, please feel free to forward this invitation on. Due to the popularity of this forum places are now limited.

LIMITED PLACES AVAILABLE – REGISTER ONLINE HERE – http://email.insidegovernment.co.uk/c/1oTjWG2LKMWMM7HHOpCS7D9ac or call 0203 770 6580

Finalised Agenda:

Debbie Usiskin, Chair, Association of Volunteer Managers (AVM) (CONFIRMED)

– Chair’s Welcome Address

Kristen Stephenson, Volunteer Management and Good Practice Manager, NCVO (CONFIRMED)

– Morning Keynote: Establishing an Environment Conducive to Retaining Volunteers

Professor Lynne Berry OBE, Chair, Breast Cancer Now and Chair, Commission on the Voluntary Sector & Ageing (CONFIRMED)

– Special Keynote: Grasping the Opportunities for Volunteering Presented by an Ageing Population

Sharon Allen, CEO, Skills for Care and Vice-Chair, Association of Chief Executives of Voluntary Organisations (CONFIRMED)

– Special Keynote: Understanding the Future of Volunteering in a Post-Brexit World

Anna Jarvis, Volunteering Standards and Development Manager, Cancer Research UK (CONFIRMED)

– Case Study: Establishing a Clear and Comprehensive Volunteer Policy

Senior Representative, XLP London (CONFIRMED)

– Case Study: Recruiting Prospective Students through Gap Year Programmes

Kate Rowlandson, Volunteer Recruitment Manager and Johnny Keating, Volunteering Journey Programme Manager, Macmillan Cancer Support (CONFIRMED)

– Case Study: Innovative and Effective Online Volunteer Recruitment

Neil Cleeveley, Chief Executive, National Association for Voluntary and Community Action (NAVCA) (CONFIRMED)

– Afternoon Keynote: Developing Local Relations and Volunteering Networks

Laura Brown, Director – Team London (Volunteering), Greater London Authority (CONFIRMED)

– Special Keynote: Working in Cross-Sector Partnership to Develop Volunteering Strategies

Oonagh Aitken, Chief Executive, Volunteering Matters (CONFIRMED)

– Case Study: Increasing Volunteer Numbers by Enhancing the Appeal of Volunteering

Marissa Charles, Volunteering Support Officer, Community Southwark (CONFIRMED)

– Case Study: Providing Award-Winning Training for the Voluntary Sector

Luke Purser, Development Director, English Heritage (CONFIRMED)

– Case Study: Developing an Inclusive Volunteer Strategy

LIMITED PLACES AVAILABLE – REGISTER ONLINE HERE – http://email.insidegovernment.co.uk/c/1oTk0Fo7bwihK6rTFZ1dQBLfN or call 0203 770 6580

EXPLORE THE FULL AGENDA – http://email.insidegovernment.co.uk/c/1oTk4EJsCfDMI5c5xypzzAnlo

 

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