Lantra Volunteer Management at London Learning Consortium
The purpose of the Qualification is to enable individuals and organisations to develop an awareness of the skills needed to manage volunteers and to apply these skills across a wide range of volunteer environments.
This course will be delivered using a combination of face to face meetings with a tutor and on-line learning and support.
Candidates are assessed against six units of assessment as listed below. Volunteer management, supervision and leadership must be a significant part of the candidate’s work, although this may be part of a broader role and may be on a part-time basis.
Using their experience in managing volunteers, candidates produce a written case study. The case study is set in the context of the candidate’s own organisation and is illustrated with examples of working with volunteers. Candidates also obtain feedback from the volunteers they have managed and from their own line manager to ensure that the Case Study is authentic and a true reflection of the work being undertaken.
Structure and content of the Award
The Award is divided into six units which represent a total of 60 hours (of learning.
- Plan Volunteer Work
- Organise Volunteers and Resources
- Monitor Volunteer Work
- Communicate Effectively to Brief Volunteers
- Support Volunteers to Solve Problems
- Give Feedback to Volunteers
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact London Learning Consortium directly.