Volunteer Management Training
Volunteers are the heart of many nonprofits and are often vital to an organization’s success, but many volunteer managers are not given the tools necessary. UServeUtah’s Volunteer Management Training will help you manage your volunteers in a way that brings out the best in them. Attendees will be trained on the “how to” of effective volunteer management including recruiting, interviewing, training, motivating, and recognizing volunteers.
In this 12-hour professional development course, trainees participate in review of the structure of a successful volunteer management program. The course is based on best practices from the International Council for Volunteer Administration. Learn More
In this 9-hour course, participants dive into 6 key leverage points to efficiently run a volunteer management program. Participating organizations are eligible for a Credential Badge from the Utah Nonprofits Association upon submitting 10 evidence items of implementation.
Volunteer Management Training
December 5th-6th, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
Mountainland Applied Technology College - Thanksgiving Point Campus
In this 12-hour professional development course, trainees participate in review of the structure of a successful volunteer management program. The course is based on best practices from the International Council for Volunteer Administration.
Attendees will learn "The Big Six" volunteer management training modules:
- Position Development & Design
- Interviewing & Placement
- Volunteer Experience & Engagement
- Program Evaluation
Upon completion of the program, coordinators will have the skills necessary to:
- Assess volunteer needs and match those needs with the strategic goals of the organization.
- Develop relevant, competency-based volunteer roles and opportunities that attract and retain high caliber volunteers to address critical social needs in their communities.
Museum Volunteer Training and Management
November 29th & December 13th
Thanksgiving Point, Lehi
This two-part workshop series will provide training to museum staff, volunteer, and volunteer coordinators on effective volunteer management and recruiting. Upon completion of the program, participants can expect to assess volunteer needs and match them with the goals of the museum in addition to developing relevant volunteer roles and opportunities to address critical needs at your museum.
spontaneous volunteer management training
The purpose of the Spontaneous Volunteer Management Training is to provide local municipalities with best practices and materials, in order to prepare local communities to handle the management of spontaneous or unaffiliated volunteers in times of disasters (SVM). This training will also allow local municipalities the opportunity to self identify with the state those individuals that are prepared to manage spontaneous volunteers if a larger event were to occur where their skill sets could be called upon.
For more information or to be put on a waiting list for future Spontaneous Volunteer Management Trainings, contact Jacob at firstname.lastname@example.org. These trainings are being conducted in coordination with DEM and the Utah Volunteer and Donations Coordination team (VDCT).