Videos, slides and links from AVM’s annual conference 2019BlogRead Hannah Kinghorn’s reflections on attending her first AVM conference Workshops Morning Keynote: Alex Barker, Be More PirateWorkshop A: From mass-participation mega-event to people-powered movement Workshop B: Volunteers and the Law: Key TopicsWorkshop C: Attracting and recruiting younger people into volunteering from disadvantaged backgroundsWorkshop D: Managing remote volunteers...
Hannah Kinghorn is Alumni Volunteer Manager at UCL (University College London)
We might be biased, but the AVM conference is always a – if not THE – highlight of our year. So we’re really pleased to let you know that you can get your early-bird tickets for #AVM2019 now!
We’re really excited to tell you that this year we will have a conversation with Karl Wilding, the new Chief Executive of NCVO. AVM Chair, Ruth Leonard will be asking Karl about his thoughts on volunteering, volunteer management and the place of civil society within the changing world. Karl will start his new role mid-September, and we’re so pleased that he has committed to speaking at our annual conference so soon into his new role.
Our members tell us that AVM conference is the premier event for volunteer managers, leaders and heads of volunteering. Each year conference creates the kind of buzz that will only get with 250 people who are passionate and proactive about volunteer management in the same place.
Each year we select a varied range of speakers, who are at the forefront of volunteer management and thought leadership, to offer you a mix of inspiring keynote speakers, workshops on a variety of themes, and, for the second year running, the Volunteer Managers’ Advice Surgery.
Not to mention, there will be loads of opportunities for you to network and chat to other leaders of volunteering from across a variety of sectors and organisations, and make new connections throughout the day.
Early-bird prices are available for the first 50 members booking, so don’t delay, book your ticket today!
You can see the full agenda, venue details, and book your ticket to #AVM2019 on our website.