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2022 Volunteer Engagement Training Program (VETP) Registration Form

Registration Now OPEN! New Content!

Friday : March 11, 18, 25, 2022

March 11 (9:00am-3:00pm); March 18 & 25 (9:00am-2:00pm) 

Do you supervise volunteers for a nonprofit organization, a faith community, fire & rescue team, homeowners association, corporate or student group?

This workshop training is for anyone who supervises or manages volunteers

Join us on Friday, March 11, 18, 25, 2022 via Zoom for this 6 part 14 hour Volunteer Management Engagement Training Program.

March 11 (9:00am-3:00pm)
March 18 & 25 (9:00am-2:00pm)
Included 2 ten minute breaks and a 1/2 hours lunch break

We are officially launching the new Volunteer Engagement Training Program (VETP), formerly known as the Volunteer Management Training Series (VMTS). Originally developed by the Points of Light Volunteer Center National Network in 2006, it has since undergone updates in 2010, 2015 and once again in 2020. As an affiliate of the Points of Light Global Network Loudoun Cares is thrilled to be able to offer this amazing training to our nonprofits here in Loudoun County.

This nationally recognized training series will provide you with proven strategies, take-home ideas, and networking experience to improve your volunteer program. The training applies a volunteer-centered framework by highlighting the volunteer experience in engagement practices. The material Infuses research-based training and management principles developed by the reDirect Foundation for creating Supportive Environments for Effectiveness (SEE) to maximize training effectiveness and promote thoughtful consideration of the volunteer experience.

The curriculum covers the following topics:

  • Establishing the Volunteer Framework
  • Planning for Volunteer Engagement
  • Volunteer Opportunities & Outreach
  • Volunteer Intake & Onboarding
  • Volunteer Supervision & Support
  • Volunteer Evaluation


Loudoun Cares welcomes back Trainer, Debra Bressler, Manager of Volunteer Engagement, Loudoun County Area Agency on Aging and Amelia Monroe, Volunteer Coordinator, Loudoun County Animal Shelter to deliver this course alongside our own executive director Valerie Pisierra. Debra has delivered volunteer management courses since 2007 and continues to bring her experience and valuable lessons to the learning event. Amelia joined us last year and brings a fresh new light to our training.

  • “I would highly recommend this training for others. Especially for those who are just starting at a position that works closely with volunteers, or even just for a person who is in charge of job creation and recruitment. I wasn’t expecting to get as much out of this course as I did.”

 

  • “The training did an excellent job of showing the potential for a well-developed, large-scale volunteer program, as well as giving the background knowledge and process for someone just starting a program.”


Workshop Fees:

Open Registration: $150 

Fees include 6 training sessions, printed training manual, digital training manual, and goodie bags. (To be picked up prior to training). 

Registration Closes Monday March 7, 2022

Complete the Following to Register:

Platinum/gold sponsors

Loudoun Cares wants to thank all our supporter for their dedication to our cause. With their help, we can continue to connect those who serve with those in need to build a stronger community.