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Date: March 14, 2014
Time: 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM
NexusBC Community Resource Centre invites you to join us for a full-day workshop to learn about effective volunteer management practices and recent updates in the non-profit sector. Breakfast and lunch will be provided. This full-day workshop is presented in partnership by Volunteer BC, AVRBC, New Directions, and the Province of BC.
Community Connections Revelstoke Society invites you to join us for a full-day workshop to learn about effective volunteer management practices and recent updates in the non-profit sector. Breakfast and lunch will be provided. This full-day workshop is presented in partnership by Volunteer BC, AVRBC, New Directions, and the Province of BC.
Location: Lakeside Resort ((701 Lakeside Drive, Nelson BC)
Time: 8:30am – 4:30pm
Fee: $40, includes lunch
A full day of workshops will cover the following:
Risk Management: Protecting your Volunteers & Organization with Lillian Whitmore from AVRBC
Whether you are new to Volunteer Management, or you are looking for new information, this half-day workshop will provide practical strategies on how to incorporate risk management into your organization and everyday Volunteer Management duties.
Criminal Records Review Changes with Stacy Ashton from Volunteer BC & Shera Skinner from the Ministry of Justice
Join Stacy Ashton and Shera Skinner for lunch as we learn about changes to the Criminal Records Review processes. Learn more about how the Ministry of Justice Criminal Records Review differs from the local police department Criminal Record Review, and which best suits your organization’s needs.
New Directions for British Columbia’s Non-Profit Sector with April Bosshard on behalf of the New Directions Project
Learn about the interesting regional and provincial results of the BC Non-Profits Survey conducted by SPARC BC. Connect with other non-profits in your region and build your network. You know non-profits are pivotal to our quality of life and economy, but the role and contribution of non-profits is often not well understood. Help build a shared understanding of the contribution of your organization, and the value and impact of non-profits in your community and region. Share your knowledge, insight, stories and experience, and join us in a lively conversation.
Register online at www.basinreach.ca or fax completed registration form to 250-352-6712 or print and mail in and payment to Kootenay Boundary Community Services Co-operative 304 – 625 Front Street Nelson BC V1L 4B6.
For information on Regional Training and Community Conversation, please visit http://www.volunteerbc.bc.ca/