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Manage your volunteers
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- Roles and responsibilities of a volunteer coordinator
- Using the National Standards
- Establishing codes and principles
- Planning volunteer programs
- Attracting and recruiting
- Inducting and training
- Supporting and supervising
- Rewarding and recognising
- Encouraging diversity
- Managing spontaneous volunteers
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Rewarding and recognising
Nominations for the 2014 Victorian Premier’s Volunteers Awards are now open.
The Awards highlight some outstanding achievements made by volunteers across Victoria and are a great opportunity to recognise, thank and celebrate their significant contribution and support.
Volunteers are priceless. They add value to your organisation, bring new ideas and experience and connect your organisation to the local community. The success and sustainability of your volunteer program will depend on your ability to retain and celebrate volunteers and maintain momentum for your project.
It is vital that volunteers not only feel valued but really are valued. This section focuses on celebrating volunteers and recognising their commitment and efforts to aid your organisation.
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