Training for volunteers and volunteer organisations
Free training for volunteers
Council provides free training to volunteer-led Moreland community groups. The aim of the training is to educate and support the development of groups to become sustainable.
The training is for volunteers to gain knowledge and skills to then implement and help the group become sustainable.
Moreland Volunteer Training Program
The Moreland Volunteer Training program is a series of short training courses and workshops run by neighbourhood houses in Moreland.
The courses aim to enhance the skills of staff, volunteers and committee members of clubs, community groups and non-profit organisations in Moreland. The training suits different levels of competence and interest. Programs are flexible and can be tailored to individual groups.
Courses are offered at low cost. Moreland Volunteer Training provides highly subsidised training for:
- committee members of community groups
- local volunteers, and
- staff of clubs, community groups and non for profit organisations.
Popular training among volunteers, clubs and community groups include general administration, communication skills, occupational health and safety, committees of management training courses.
Moreland Volunteer Training also offers accredited training in some areas, including:
- safe food handling
- first aid, and
- computer training.
Hume-Moreland Volunteer Coordinators' Network
The Hume-Moreland Volunteer Coordinator’s Network is a bi-monthly forum specifically designed for volunteer coordinators and managers for organisations within the Cities of Hume and Moreland.
The forum covers a range of topics that are relevant to not-for-profit organisations, including associations that are entirely operated by volunteers.
Membership is free and open to anyone who works with volunteers in Moreland and Hume. To find out more contact Council.