THIS COURSE IS NOW FULL

If you would like to be placed on a waiting list, please email [email protected]

This is an online workshop looking at managing remote volunteer programmes.

Please note – these are interactive sessions, with time for questions and discussion rather than large scale ‘lecture’ type courses. As such, places on each session are limited to 3 people from each organisation in line with SCVS in house training sessions

There is a fee of £15 for the three sessions of this workshop

3 x 90 minute sessions during July and August:

Tuesday 21st July

  • 2pm to 3.30pm

Tuesday 28th July

  • 2pm to 3.30pm

Tuesday 4th August

  • 2pm to 3.30pm

Course Objectives:

  • Understand good practice for remote recruitment and induction of volunteers

  • Consider tips for healthy remote working

  • Reflect on how to communicate with and support remote volunteers

  • Appreciate how to run a 1:1 supervision at a distance

  • Understand how to ask insightful questions and give feedback to remote workers

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Meet your trainer – Eileen Murphy

Eileen Murphy pic for SCVS TrainingEileen is a trainer, coach and consultant with a track record of over 20 years working with the Third Sector in Wales. She designs and delivers bespoke online and face to face programmes for charities and community organisations of all sizes. Her training specialisms include leadership development, volunteer management, governance, project management, strategic planning and evaluation. She has been delivering evaluation training for BBC Children in Need for over 15 years and is a long standing consultant with Lloyds Bank Foundation as part of their Enhance Programme, providing consultancy support for  small but vital charities in Wales.

Eileen is committed to working with the Third Sector to build confidence and capacity to provide the best services to clients, to build high performing teams and to lead change. 

She is dedicated to providing high quality, accessible training in partnership with organisations like SCVS. Eileen’s style is participative and engages learners in a way which enables them to enhance their knowledge, skills and confidence and to apply and sustain their learning in the work place.