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EPALE - En digital mötesplats för vuxenutbildare i Europa

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Improve your competences as a volunteer manager/coordinators!

Publicerad Natália Correlo 2 månader 1 vecka sedan

fredag 29 maj 2020

This webinar happens in the context of the project "Volunteering Management Expedition (VolExpo)", a project that aims to improve the methodological competences of volunteer managers and coordinators (both paid and unpaid) by collecting methods and tools that correspond to their skills needs from at least 9 European countries.

In this webinar, european volunteer organizations will come together to discuss valuable tools to manage and supervise volunteers. To facilitate the communication, the speakers will be speaking in English.

This event will take place on May 29 at 10.30-11.30 CET. The participation is free! 

To watch this webinar live, you can use this link: https://zoom.us/my/volexpo

 

 

Förstaspråk:
Deltagaravgift: 
Nej
Evenemang online: 
Ja
Organiserat av: 
Opintokeskus Sivis (coordinator) Partners: The University of Humanities and Economics in Łodz), Poland (AHE); Cooperazione Paesi Emergenti, Italy (C.O.P.E.); Foundation for Society, Latvia; Aspect-Management and intercultural relations, Bulgaria; The European Centre for Socio-professional Integration ACTA), Romania; Innovation and Social Development Institute of Barcelos, Portugal; Büyük Ortadoğu Sağlık ve Eğitim Vakfı, Turkey (BOSEV); The Foundation of Knowledge (Hungary)
Organisatörstyp: 
Annat evenemang
Kontaktuppgifter: 
Kerigma is a partner organization in this project and if you have any questions or doubts, you can send us an email to europa@kerigma.pt.
EU-projektnr.: 
2019-1-FI01-KA204-060735
Målgrupp: 
Nätverk och organisationer inom vuxnas lärande
Projekt och partnerskap
Syfte och mål: 
The VolExpo project is expected to produce the following results: - Increased use of existing tools for volunteer management. - Volunteer managers'/coordinators' increased knowledge of these tools and increasing competence to use them in their tasks. - Increased networking opportunities for volunteer managers. - Improved volunteering experience for volunteers (adult learners)
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