Training: Volunteer Disclosure Checks

Volunteers… CRB…  DBS… Regulated Activity…  Barred Lists… Confusion.

A half day interactive worksh0p addressing the recent changes in criminal record checks for volunteers,  and all the great ways if keeping your organisation and volunteers safe. 

I can deliver this for your organisation… please get in touch.

  • Picking apart the JARGON
  • Activities: checking real-life volunteer roles
  • Visual explanations of different levels of check
  • Group discussion to explore individual recruitment issuesDBSFlow2auto2

This is a great way for small and medium organisations to find out about  changes to the system of checking criminal convictions and barring, and how they affect organisations and volunteers.  The course also looks at all the recruitment options you have to make sure your organisation and clients are safer.

Take a look at these resources for more of an idea of the course:

Example Activities

Example slides from the presentations

Which level of check should we use?

Session objectives:
• Highlight the changes you will need to make in your organisation as a result of CRB changes
• Explain what a Disclosure and Barring Service Check is and when it is useful
• Utilise methods such as references and interviews to improve the safety of your recruitment & selection process

Please get in touch to find our more.  Thanks!

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If you would like me to deliver this course in your organisation please get in touch.
Volunteer Management Micro-Training

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1-to-1 or small group micro-training sessions in volunteering: choose the areas you want to explore and I will prepare a tailored session for you and your organisation.

More info here.

If you have any problems booking onto these courses please contact me.

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Doing it Without Funding

Volunteer led?  Unable to find funding for what you do? Larger organisation losing funding? Not interested in playing the fundraising game?  How to you get a project done through community organising, volunteer involvement and perhaps a smattering of enterprise?

Where:  Chelmsford
Date:  25 April 2012

What is it about?

How do you make change happen with minimal funding and maximum community input? Many groups and organisations are looking at an uncertain future where once there were funding streams galore. This course explores some successes of grassroots community projects, creating a space for participants to come to conclusions about the keys to success.

 What will I learn?

At the end of the course, learners will have the skills to:

 Publicise their activities for free
 Recruit others within their community
 Delegate tasks and create roles for bigger capacity
 Work jointly to share skills with other projects or initiatives
 Explore alternatives to traditional funding

To book please go here to Voluntary Sector Training’s website.  Thank you!

Young trainers – plan and train with me?

Last year I delivered a workshop “Networking and Influencing to make your ideas happen” at Futureversity.

This year I hope to run the workshop again, and also have an idea for a new session:  Careers Advice: The Truth! around real-life work and career case studies focusing on the real story about how people get work, experiences and generally make their way through life.  (It’s a temporary title, open to ideas!)

I’d like to plan and deliver the new course with someone who a) has recent experience of careers advice at school, college etc and b) is interested in gaining training skills.

I have to get the course agreed first, but if I do we could arrange to plan and deliver together, sharing skills and payment.

Are you interested? If so, please drop me an email telling me why the experience might be beneficial for you and telling me how you meet this brief person spec:

  • Experience of talking to groups of people
  • Strong communication skills – written and verbal
  • Commitment to supporting others’ learning

Please email me rebecca at rebeccatully.co.uk before Friday 10th February.  Thank you!  Hear from you soon!