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Planning for Volunteers

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Time
10.00am
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12.00noon
 
Location
Online
 
Price
Free (please register in advance)
 
 
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Planning for Volunteers

This session is for practitioners to come together to share practice and look at good practice, focusing on what resources are required when setting up a volunteer programme, and looking at what should be included in a volunteer policy.

These sessions are free and interactive and hosted by by one of Volunteer Scotland practice team.

 
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