AL!VE provides training and networking opportunities through our AL!VE Webinar and AL!VE Member Roundtable Series.
Taking the Next Step: Becoming a Presenter, Trainer, or Contractor
Some of our 2016 Topics to come:
Information Session Ramp -up
Managing Large Groups
More topics will be added this year; be sure and check the calenda
r for details.
Would you like to suggest a topic or be a presenter? Email us.
The AL!VE Webinar Training Series provides high-quality, affordable educational opportunities specifically designed to assist leaders in volunteer engagement in building and strengthening their leadership, management and technical skills. Throughout the year, AL!VE features webinar workshops on a wide variety of topics, conducted by world class trainers. As new classes are scheduled, they will be added to the AL!VE website and featured in future communications. The cost of the webinars will vary depending on the topic and the presenter, but the majority will be FREE for AL!VE members, or $20 for members and $40 for non members. We encourage you to JOIN AL!VE to save 50% off our webinars and to take advantage of member roundtable series.
We also offer training opportunities through our AL!VE Member Roundtable Series, a small, interactive and idea sharing forum specifically designed to benefit leaders in volunteer engagement. The Roundtable offers our members a way to gain new perspectives and learn practical ideas while networking with other AL!VE members. Throughout the year, AL!VE will feature forums on a wide variety of topics, facilitated by experienced peers in the field of volunteer engagement. See our calendar for the next regional roundtable.
AL!VE also supports training that enhances the nonprofit sector and members' professional development. Visit our general AL!VE calendar
for additional training and conference opportunities and submit upcoming training and conferences in your area.
Previous Training Topics:
Volunteer Retention Strategies
Training Today's Volunteers
Professional Development in Volunteer Leadership: Reading, Writing and Making Waves with Susan Ellis
Spring Cleaning: Revisiting Your Professional Competencies with Katie Campbell
Building a Best Practice Volunteer Program with Martin Cowling
Leading Volunteers and Measuring their Impact with Rick Lynch
Using Social Media for Your Volunteer Program with Nancy Macduff
Train the Trainer: Polish Your Training Style and Increase your Influence with Jennifer Flowers
Important Competencies of the Volunteer Resource Manager - AL!VE Member Forum
Moving your Role from Manager to Leader of Volunteer Engagement with Jill Friedman Fixler
Risk Management and Your Volunteer Program with Pamela D. Robinson
Creating Partnerships that Work - AL!VE Member Forum
Effective Engagement of Skill-Based Volunteers with Brian Ogle
Strategic Use of Volunteer Program Audits - AL!VE Member Forum