Volunteer Passport training
Dates are available now for the next two Volunteer Passport training programmes. A Volunteer Passport is a programme of training and support that helps volunteers develop knowledge and skills to help them in their volunteering roles and to enable them to move more easily between placements. It's aimed at people both new to volunteering and experienced volunteers. It helps organisations know what training and experience volunteers have had, which can help reduce the amount of training needed when volunteers change roles.
The training programme is free of charge and consists of six modules, including an introductory session and five training sessions on key topics relevant to most volunteer roles: Introduction to volunteering, safeguarding, health and safety, equality, diversity and inclusion and person-centred working.
The programme is delivered by Norfolk County Council Adult Learning over six weekly sessions and currently takes place online using Zoom.
The next two training courses will be held on:
Wednesday 5 January to Wednesday 9 February 2022, 10am-12.30pm
Wednesday 23 February to Wednesday 30 March 2022, 6-8.30pm
For more information and to register for the training, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org