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The Smarter Volunteer Manager (SVM) Programme; February – March 2022

Learn to engage smarter with potential & current volunteers.

The Smarter Volunteer Manager (SVM) Programme; November – December 2021

Learn to engage smarter with potential & current volunteers.

The Impact of Training & Networking – Karlean Bourne

We spoke to Karlean Bourne, Front of House Manager at Glasgow Film Theatre and Glasgow Film Festival, shares her experience of Volunteer Glasgow’s Organisation Support services with a focus on the Smarter Volunteer Managers Training Programme. You can find the full transcript of the interview below: My name is Karlean Marie Bourne and I am the volunteer […]

Update: Coronavirus (Covid-19) and Glasgow’s response

17th April – emerging needs and developments

Recruiting volunteers COVID-19 lockdown

Anyone engaging new volunteers during this crisis knows that normal best practice processes may be difficult to maintain. It is important to consider how you can adapt your practices and be pragmatic while safely engaging volunteers. It may not be possible to get references for example. Social distancing requirements may make orientation challenging. Here are […]

🗣️ Applicants’ Guidance ❗

  When you receive an email telling you that someone is interested in your opportunity, you will need to log into your Kinetic account, select the relevant opportunity and select the tab “Applicants”. Here you will find the names and details of people who are interested in your volunteering opportunity. Once you have gone through […]

GDA Invites Young Disabled People!

GLASGOW DISABILITY ALLIANCE INVITES YOU TO: Young Disabled People Summit – open to young disabled people aged 15 – 30 years of age.  If you are living with any type of impairment, disability or long term condition, you might really enjoy this wonderful event The event will take place at a Glasgow City Centre location […]

Hate Crime Awareness Training opportunity

XChange Scotland is hosting a training session on Thursday 13th October as part of Hate Crime Awareness Week, aimed at supporting and inspiring practitioners and group/community leaders to tackle sectarianism and discrimination, and to promote empathy in an appropriate way to the groups they are working with. Please click here for more info

Free Digital Skills Support

The One Digital Project is offering two free training opportunities for third sector organisations who want to help improve the levels of Digital Skills in Scotland

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