Purchase videos on 'Understanding and engaging 21st century volunteers' and 'Social media and volunteer management.'

Volunteering Queensland's 2017 State Volunteering Conference was a resounding success, enabling volunteer-involving organisations to advance their cause, inspiring programs and people, and increasing overall knowledge and understanding of the volunteering industry. On 8 and 9 June 2017, over 80 delegates from across Queensland came together for the inaugural State Volunteering Conference. The delegates were presented with a wealth of information, strategic and practical advice, support and encouragement through engaging presentations by renowned experts, panel discussions, interactive workshops and networking opportunities that prompted conversation on the volunteering climate. Many of the conference presenters travelled far and wide, from interstate or overseas, to share their knowledge and insights to better the future of volunteering throughout Queensland and the wider Australian community. We would like to extend our gratitude to all of our wonderful and inspiring dignitaries, delegates, presenters, panel members, facilitators, board, staff and volunteers who made the conference such a huge triumph. And, a big thank you to our conference sponsor Queensland Fire and Emergency Services.

This workshop looks at all the organisational requirements for managing volunteers.

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  • Sunnybank Hall
  • Corner Lister and Gager Streets, Sunnybank

Volunteering Queensland facilitated an engaging workshop on volunteer management at the inaugural Ipswich Visitor Information Centre Volunteers' Conference, held at Woodlands of Marburg in early March. The session 'Be a Volunteer Manager for a Day!' was delivered by Teresa Krumenacher, our Trainer and Assessor, who spoke about how to recruit, retain and reward volunteers. Giving volunteers in attendance a look at what goes on behind the scenes with managing volunteers - aimed at cultivating an appreciation for why staff may do the things they do.

Accredited training for volunteer managers

  • Volunteering Queensland, Level 12, 127 Creek Street
  • Brisbane CBD

Professional development training for recruiting and retaining a volunteer workforce

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  • Volunteering Queensland, Level 12, 127 Creek Street
  • Brisbane CBD

Professional development training for recruiting and retaining a volunteer workforce

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  • Brisbane North (Venue to be advised)

Professional development training for recruiting and retaining a volunteer workforce

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  • Centenary Community Hub
  • 171 Dandenong Road, Mt Ommaney

Professional development training to improve the performance of your volunteer-involving organisation

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  • The Pavilion
  • 77 Exhibition Road, Gympie

Professional development training to improve the performance of your volunteer-involving organisation

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  • Springwood Community Centre
  • 53 -57 Cinderella Dr & Vanessa Blvd, Springwood

Supporting best practice in volunteer supervision

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  • Alf Shaw Community Centre
  • 190 Stanley Street, Strathpine

Supporting best practice in volunteer supervision

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  • Logan Central Community Hub
  • 9-11 Jacaranda Ave, Logan Central

Gather your lunch and join others for a bite sized webinar on topics relevant to Volunteer Management.

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Gather your lunch and join others for a bite sized webinar on topics relevant to Volunteer Management.

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Gather your lunch and join others for a bite sized webinar on topics relevant to Volunteer Management.

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Professional development training for addressing risk + recruiting & retaining a volunteer workforce

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  • Hall, Wynnum Community Centre
  • 105 Florence St, Wynnum

These web based workshops will feature the Volunteering Queensland Training team and others on topics that will assist you in developing a strong volunteer program.

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These web based workshops will feature the Volunteering Queensland Training team and others on topics that will assist you in developing a strong volunteer program.

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Don’t panic, negative comments are not the end of the world. A bad review or negative comment can be posted at any time and can have a huge impact on an organisation, so how prepared are you and your organisation?

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These web based workshops will feature the Volunteering Queensland Training team and others on topics that will assist you in developing a strong volunteer program.

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