Dublin Volunteer Management Seminar
When is it on?May 17, 2017
What time?9:30 am — 4:00 pm
Where is it on?Wood Quay Venue, Civic Offices, Dublin 8
Inspirational | Local | Topical
What you can expect at the only seminar for Dublin’s Volunteer Managers, curated for your needs by the Dublin Volunteer Centres:
You are important! Caring for ourselves as Volunteer Managers
Legal aspects of your volunteer programme
Retrospective Garda vetting. Are you up to speed?
Retaining short-term volunteers | How does your target audience search for volunteering? | Technology to help with your busy day | Facilitated networking
Darren and Dermot from ‘Darren and Dermot Get Better at Life’
- Darren Ryan is the CEO of Social Entrepreneurs Ireland, a non-profit organisation that supports people with innovative solutions to social challenges in Ireland.
Dermot Heslin is a former manager of the Overseas Volunteer Programme at Suas Educational Development and trainee psychotherapist.
- They both have backgrounds in the not-for-profit sector, and they have a sense of how difficult it can be to achieve balance in this world. In order to “get better at life”, they started a podcast together: “Darren and Dermot Get Better at Life“.
Verena Tarpey – Solicitor
- Verena Tarpey is a qualified Solicitor and has a Diploma in HR Management. She is a regular guest speaker at national conferences for Volunteer Ireland and The Wheel on legal issues relating to volunteers in the community. She is employed as Fundraising and Development Manager with Rape Crisis Midwest
Tricia Nolan – Garda vetting expert
- Tricia Nolan is the Manager of South Dublin Volunteer Centre. She is a member of the Garda E-vetting pilot group and played an instrumental role in setting up the national volunteer infrastructure.
Location: Wood Quay Venue, Civic Offices, Dublin 8 (Map)
Date: Wednesday 17 May 2017
Time: 9.30am to 4.00pm
Early Bird rate of just €19! Standard rate €25. Price includes lunch and refreshments. Full details…
Now in its sixth year, the Dublin Volunteer Management Seminar brings together practitioners from the field of volunteering to provide you with knowledge, insights and discussion on volunteer leadership. The Seminar is practical in its approach and relevant to you as Dublin Volunteer Managers.