Presentation on theme: "Volunteer Management Rich Smith Volunteer & Employability Coordinator."— Presentation transcript:
Volunteer Management Rich Smith Volunteer & Employability Coordinator
Roughly how many sports based Sports Volunteers do we have on campus? Countdown
Sports Volunteers in the UK make up what percentage of all volunteering activities? Countdown
Finally…what percentage of employers believe volunteering can have a positive impact on career progression amongst year olds? Countdown
What I do -Volunteer Academy -Develop the student (Experience & Skills) -Volunteer Pathway & Employment -Support NGB’s & Key Partners
Where we hope to go Level 0 Volunteers Level 1 Volunteers Level 2 Volunteers Level 3 Volunteers 15 hours 30 hours + 2 workshops 50 hours + 2 workshops + Careers Workshops
Why volunteer? As you have already seen a lot of people here at Loughborough volunteer…you yourselves are volunteers – each and every person has a different reason why they volunteer: Friendship Circles Personal Development Love of the sport/club Enjoyment Satisfaction from seeing results Personal achievement
With 1800 volunteers….everything Club committee – Chair, Finance Officer, Secretary, Events team, Captains etc SDC Volunteers Action Medal Makers What do volunteers do?
Your Committee Who are you volunteering with? Why is it important to know who you are working with? Get the best out of each committee member
Being an effective committee Recruit the right committee Committee code of conduct Manage your team DELEGATE Reward
Your first committee meeting Set times and stick to them. Ensure the meeting doesn’t drag. Have a set purpose for each meeting Pre identify issues – look at other clubs to see how they dealt with it Ensure you have minutes written up asap – Highlight ACTIONS Implement S.M.A.R.T targets for next meeting. Set a date and time of your next meeting.