Recruiting, Managing and Supporting Volunteers
Cumbria CVS provides support and advice on recruiting, managing and supporting volunteers through a range of activities including network meetings and training, sharing good practice and 1:1 support for Volunteer managers (and/or those responsible for managing volunteers).
Cumbria CVS can help you to recruit volunteers. We do this by promoting local volunteering opportunities through Do-it website, local volunteer vacancies and social media.
To register an opportunity with us, please complete and return the Opportunity Registration Form and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org
Supporting good practice
If you are part of a voluntary, community, statutory or private organisation that involves or would like to involve volunteers, Cumbria CVS can help you.
We can help you to recruit, manage and support volunteers through a range of activities including network meetings and training, sharing good practice and one to one support for Volunteer Managers.
County Volunteer Network
Cumbria CVS supports a County Volunteering Network for Volunteer Managers to promote good practice in volunteer management. Through the network you will receive regular updates on sector developments, training opportunities, volunteer recruitment events and much more. We also run two County Volunteer Network meetings each year in March and September.
The Network open to all volunteer involving organisations and provides an excellent opportunity to meet and network with other Volunteer Managers, to share skills and experiences and to receive valuable training and updates.
To join, simply email email@example.com
The next Volunteer Network Meeting is on Monday 23 March 2020, 10am – 1pm at Penrith Rugby Club. This meeting will have the following focus: How to attract, recruit and support volunteers from Black and Minority Ethinic (BME) communtiies and ex-service personnel into volunteering.For more information and/or to book your place, click here: Network flier
Cumbria CVS also support good practice through the Cumbria Compact Volunteering Code of Practice. Further information is available on the page on the Cumbria Compact by clicking here.
1:1 Support for Volunteer Managers
If you would like advice, information and/or support on recruiting, supporting or any other aspect of involving volunteers in your organisation, contact Cumbria CVS on 01768 800350 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Training for Volunteer Managers
Cumbria CVS provides a range of training for Volunteer Managers to help with the recruitment, retention, management and support of volunteers.
The upcoming training session is:
Planning for Success – How to grow your volunteer programme
The training will take place:
Monday 23 March 2020, 10am – 4pm at Penrith Rugby Club, Penrith CA11 8RG
For full details and costs please click here
Please keep an eye on our training calendar for details of other organisation training that may be of interest to you.
Cumbria CVS Twitter Hour – #cvsvolunteerhour
The CVS Twitter hour brings together people involved in managing volunteers from across Cumbria to share ideas and good practice.
Each session focuses on a different topic.
Use the hashtag #cvsvolunteerhour and tag us @CumbriaCVS
Please do follow us on twitter @cumbriacvs and tweet us your volunteering opportunities and posters.
Training for Volunteers
We run a series of short training courses to support your volunteers. Click here for our latest volunteer training calendar and share it with your volunteers.
We can also provide training tailored to the needs of your volunteers. Contact us today to discuss this further.
Contact Cumbria CVS:
- Call: 01768 800350
- Email: email@example.com
- Facebook: www.facebook.com/cumbriacvs
- Twitter: @cumbriaCVS
We are open five days/week: Monday to Thursday 9am – 5pm; Friday 9am – 4.30pm.
If you have any comments, feedback, compliments or complaints regarding the CVS Volunteering Service please email Judith Smale County Volunteer Support Officer for Cumbria CVS at firstname.lastname@example.org