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Join other volunteer managers to discuss how to adapt befriending and mentoring in order to continue to support clients We know many leaders and managers of volunteers are working hard to manage risk, communications and infrastructure with volunteers, as the Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic impacts business as usual. Join us for a peer networking call, where volunteer managers can get together to share top tips and concerns, and discuss how we can support each other to support volunteers. We are not…Find out more »
Join other volunteer managers on a networking call to share and learn ideas for virtual and micro-volunteering opportunities Join other volunteer managers to connect, learn and share how they are adapting their volunteering programme by offering new - or more - virtual and micro-volunteering opportunities, during the Covid-19 pandemic. We know many leaders and managers of volunteers are working hard to manage risk, communications and infrastructure with volunteers, as the Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic impacts business as usual. With restrictions and…Find out more »
Join other volunteer managers to find out how they are adapting to the Covid-19 pandemic and celebrating and connecting with volunteers virtually. We know many leaders and managers of volunteers are working hard to manage risk, communications and infrastructure with volunteers, as the Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic impacts business as usual. And with Volunteers' Week fast approaching, and no real idea about how long we will be restricted, many are want to share ideas and discuss how to celebrate virtually. Many…Find out more »
Join other volunteer managers to find out how they are adapting to the Covid-19 pandemic and celebrating and connecting with volunteers virtually. Join other volunteer managers to find out how they are adapting to the Covid-19 pandemic and discuss how we can support volunteers and volunteering during lockdown. We know many leaders and managers of volunteers are working hard to manage risk, communications and infrastructure with volunteers, as the Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic impacts business as usual. And with Volunteers' Week…Find out more »
Leading Change in Volunteering #AVMChange It’s taken a bit of planning, but we are now able to launch AVM’s first learning event online, ‘Leading Change in Volunteering’, which will be on Zoom. Covid-19 is a change that has been forced on us almost overnight. We’re all having to deal with uncertainty, and the changes we’re making now will impact our volunteers and organisations in the longer term. How can we build effective and sustainable volunteer management practices that work for…Find out more »
An AVM Masterclass, with Lucy Gower Are you having the same conversation over and over again about volunteer management, but don't feel you are getting anywhere? Do you feel like you’re dealing with the same issues year on year, and job to job? In this online masterclass, you’ll learn to unlearn your assumptions and explore techniques to help you get unstuck, so you can move forward positively. In the first part of the masterclass with Lucy Gower, an innovation pioneer…Find out more »
New to Volunteer Leadership - Ten Essential Building Blocks Are you a new volunteer manager or leader feeling a bit isolated and looking for support to get you on the right track? Perhaps volunteer management has been added to your job role and you’re not sure where to start? This event will explore the key building blocks of effective volunteer management and leadership. It will also connect you to the wider volunteer management and leadership community, through AVM, the Association…Find out more »
Do you struggle to recruit younger volunteers? Are you keen to make progress in this area but aren’t sure where to start? If so, this event is for you! Join us to discuss how we can make sure younger volunteers are part of our organisations’ futures. Starting with a panel discussion, we’ll hear from a mix of volunteer managers and young volunteers talking about their experiences. Covering organisations starting out in youth volunteering to those still innovating after many years,…Find out more »
Ticket prices: £40 non-members, £25 AVM members Are you facing redundancy, and want some tips on finding your next role? Are you unsure how the pandemic is having an impact on job searches now? Maybe you're looking for a new volunteer management job, and finding things tough. Maybe you're a recruiting manager looking for insight to improve the recruitment process for candidates. We know finding a new job is a stressful experience, and the additional pressures of online interviews don't…Find out more »
Coming to our event this week? Joining instructions have been sent out to the email address you registered with. A reminder will be sent the morning before the event, Tuesday 27th April. If you've not received your joining instructions with your Zoom link, please check your spam or junk folder, or - if you have it - your email quarantine system. If you can't find it, let us know and we'll send over the details. Message us to let us…Find out more »
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- Cancellations received 19–0 days before the start of the event, regardless of date booked, will incur a 100% cancellation charge, whether the place has been paid for or not.
AVM will not accept liability for people unable to attend due to circumstances outside our control, such as travel disruption, work commitments, illness, or other personal commitments.
Where circumstances force AVM to cancel an event, the liability of AVM shall be limited to a refund of any fees paid for tickets to that particular event. AVM is not liable for any consequential loss, such as travel costs you may incur.
Terms and conditions
If you are an AVM member, you need to be logged in to be able to buy tickets at the member rate. We reserve the right to re-issue an invoice at the non-member rate if you are not a member at the time of booking.
L&D organisational package holders are limited to five tickets per organisation for an L&D event, and 10 tickets per organisation for AVM’s annual conference. If you would like to make a bulk order, please get in touch.
Buying for colleagues?
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AVM is committed to providing access to our events for everyone. We aim to hold all our events at venues that are wheelchair accessible. If you have specific requirements to ensure you can fully take part in an event, please let us know when you book, or as soon as you can.
If you require a personal assistant, carer or BSL interpreter to attend the event with you, they are very welcome, and their place will be free. Please email [email protected] to arrange this. If you require us to source a BSL interpreter for you, please let us know at time of booking, or at least one month in advance.
AVM tries to ensure all dietary requirements are provided for, and commits to providing a menu that includes vegetarian and vegan options. Please let us know if you have specific dietary needs at the time of booking, or as soon as possible.
Whilst the programme is correct at time of going to press, AVM reserves the right to change details of an event without notice. Alterations may occasionally be necessary due to circumstances beyond our control.
Views expressed by speakers are their own. AVM disclaims any liability for advice given, or views expressed, by any speaker at the event or in any documentation provided to delegates.
Professional photography and video production will be taking place at the event, and these images may be used on future promotional and training materials for AVM members. Please note that by attending the event, you are giving your consent for your image to be used on any AVM promotional materials or video recordings.
On the day of the event the delegate list (name, job title and organisation only) may be shared with attendees to facilitate networking. If you do not want your details in the list, please let us know at least three weeks in advance of the event. This delegate list should not be used for sales to our delegates, either during or after the event.