Networking Forums



Join a #TeamHerts Networking Forum Near You

‘I try to attend this networking group on a regular basis. I always find it extremely helpful particularly the group discussions. I always come away feeling re-energised’ – Janice Lacy, Garden House Hospice

Volunteer Coordinator Network Forums are ideal for volunteer managers, recruiters or supervisors to come and learn about best practice in volunteer management, network and share experiences of managing volunteers. You will find the networking forums particularly useful if you are new to your role or are looking to introduce a volunteer program within your organisation. For those who already have a program in place, it is the ideal time to refresh and share experiences with others in the same position as you.

All #TeamHerts Networking Forums are FREE and anyone is able to attend however they do get booked up early so sign up now using the contact details below.

Check out what organisations have said about these events. 

Richard Astill from Stevenage Haven

"Excellent course, very interesting and a great way to consider how to get the right volunteer, and how to say no."

Anne from NHCVS:
"Very interesting and informative. Will help me to advise our member charities on a wide range of volunteering issues."
Gil from Leisure Direct:
"This training enables a better understanding of the responsibilities between the volunteers and the organisations that they work with."
Linda from Carers in Herts:
"I was very surprised at the difference between staff and volunteer rights. I found it very useful."

Caroline Evans from The Boxmoor Trust:
"A very informative session and a great opportunity to network with other charity workers and discuss policies and procedures and share ideas."
Oonagh Sherlock from Wormley and Turnford Big Local:
"Excellent, clear, advice and examples. Gained a lot from the session and will look to attend further groups."
Carol Walls from Dacorum Mencap:
Very useful, will definitely be attending further sessions
Lindsay Stillwell from Open Door Community Hub:
"Very informative. Great opportunity to share and discuss problems with other organisations. Great opportunity for networking too."