Waterloo-Wellington Learning Alliance
The Waterloo-Wellington Learning Alliance is a partnership of PIN, The People and Information Network and the Volunteer Action Centre of Waterloo Region who provide professional development as part of their services. It is an Education and Training service for community benefit organizations in the Region of Waterloo and Wellington County offering training and consultation in board governance, organizational wellness and volunteer engagement.
We envision strong, resilient organizations that create strength and well-being in their communities and are pleased to present the following workshops in the Wellington County and Waterloo Regional areas.
Mentorship programs rely on a solid volunteer engagement process and finding the right fit for your mentors and mentees. You have an opportunity to recruit great volunteers from the beginning and create relationships that will grow into the future.
Join us as we look at:
- volunteer engagement challenges, barriers, solutions and fresh ideas for mentorship programs.
- Identify areas of strength and areas of growth in your volunteer program
- Establish structures for a successful and well-supervised volunteer mentoring program
- Apply recruitment and screening techniques to find the best volunteer fit
Thursday, March 26, 2020 from 9:00 am to 12 noon in Guelph.
Learn more about this workshop and register here
Each year 1000’s of volunteers help keep festivals and fairs across Ontario accessible, safe and fun!
The Festival and Fairs workshop was specially designed to help leaders of volunteers tackle the unique challenges of recruiting, retaining and motivating special event volunteers.
Join us for this City of Cambridge sponsored workshop:
Monday, March 30 from 6:00 – 9:00 pm
Bowman Room, City of Cambridge City Hall
Click here for registration.
Teamwork makes the dream work!
Whether you are an employee, volunteer, family member or friend, the ability of a group of people to work together is critical to achieving larger organizational or community goals.
Teamwork requires people to share their individual skills and expertise and to leverage the skills and expertise of others to achieve something greater than what would be possible by a single individual.
This course explores key characteristics of strong teams and provides practical advice on how to be an effective team member or leader.
Thursday, May 28 from 9:00 am to 12 noon in Guelph
Learn more about this workshop and register here.