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Volunteer Management Training

LEARN EFFECTIVE VOLUNTEER MANAGEMENT AND RETENTION PRACTICES

Upcoming Trainings

*SOLD OUT*
You may be added to the waitlist by registering here.
Utah County

When: December 8-9, 9:00AM – 4:00PM
WhereMountain Point Medical Center, 3000 Triumph Blvd, Lehi, UT 84043
Early Bird Registration: $48 (ends November 15 at midnight)
Registration after November 15: $65
Training Agenda
For more information, contact Mary Buehler at mbuehler@utah.gov or 801-245-7283

Cedar City
When: Tuesday, March 14th, 2017 and April 11th, 2017, 9AM-4:30 PM
Where: Southern Utah Museum of Art, 351 West University Blvd, Cedar City
To register, please email Jennifer Ortiz, Museum Services Manager at jenniferortiz@utah.gov. You must be able to attend both workshop days to participate. Registration is limited to 25 people and to museum professionals who are currently working or volunteering in a museum setting.
A complete list of upcoming trainings can be found on our calendar.


About the Course
Many volunteer managers are not given the tools necessary to help them effectively manage their volunteers and volunteer projects. The Volunteer Management Training was created to respond to this need and to improve Utah’s volunteer infrastructure. Attendees are trained on effective volunteer management including recruiting, motivating, and retaining volunteers.

The 2-day training covers 11 modules including Adult Learning Styles, Incorporating Volunteers in the Organizational Strategic Plan, Volunteer Motivation and Retention, Recognition, Supervision and Placement, Writing Volunteer Job Descriptions and more.

Upon completion of the program, coordinators have the necessary skills to:

1. Assess volunteer needs and match those needs with the strategic goals of the organization.

2. Develop relevant, competency-based volunteer roles and opportunities that attract and retain high caliber volunteers to address critical social needs in their communities.

The Volunteer Management Courses consist of the following modules:

  • Volunteer Management and Organizational Assessment
  • Creating a Position Description and Volunteer Application
  • Volunteer Recruitment
  • Interviewing Volunteers
  • Orienting and Training Volunteers
  • Placing and Supervising Volunteers
  • Volunteer Motivation and Retention
  • Volunteer Recognition
  • Performance Reviews and Handling Performance Problems
  • Risk Management in Volunteer Programs
  • Volunteer Program Evaluation

For more information, contact Mary Buehler at mbuehler@utah.gov or 801-245-7283