Cert IV Volunteer Program Coordination CHC44015

This unique program is designed specifically for organisations where a number of individuals manage volunteers.

The Certificate IV qualification addresses work involving the coordination of volunteers within a program or organisation. These workers may be employed in a range of industry sectors and in a complex, regularly changing context. The workers/coordinators/managers may be either paid staff or working in a voluntary capacity. Designed as an introductory program, it is recommended that candidates are currently involved either in a paid or unpaid capacity managing/supervising volunteers. It is preferred that candidates have post-secondary training experience or qualifications.

Using CHC44015 Certificate IV in Coordination of Volunteer Programs as a framework, our highly qualified and experienced trainers will design a program to provide comprehensive professional development for the team while reviewing the volunteer program. This will enable volunteer managers from across the organisation to discuss what a volunteer program looks like now, trends and technology, what it could look like, and identify and implement steps on how to get there.

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Seven Core Units

CHCCOM002: Use communication to Build Relationships
CHCDIV003: Manage & Promote Diversity
CHCLEG001: Work Legally & Ethically
CHCVOL003: Recruit, Induct & Support Volunteers
CHCVOL004: Manage Volunteer Workforce Development
HLTWHS003: Maintain Work Health & Safety
BSBLDR403: Lead Team Effectiveness

Four elective units

CHCVOL002: Lead Volunteer Teams
PSPGOV414A: Provide Workplace Mentoring
CHCCOM003: Develop Workplace Communication Strategies
CHCMGT004: Secure Funding
CHCPOL002: Develop & Implement Policy
HLTWHS004: Manage Work Health & Safety
AHCCCF414A: Coordinate Fundraising Activities
BSBADM405: Organise Meetings
BSBINM401: Implement Workplace Information Systems
BSBMGT403: Implement Continuous Improvement
TAEDEL301C: Provide Work Skill Instruction
TAEDEL401A: Plan, Organise and Deliver Group-Based Learning
BSBLDR501: Develop & Use Emotional Intelligence

This qualification has a mix mode delivery, face to face through workshops, individual tasks and projects, and is directly related to your work practice. Learning support is accessible, and it is recommended to deliver over 14 days direct training, over a period of twelve (12) months, and the class size 10 to 16 participants (paid or volunteer) to maximise individual and team learning opportunities.

For more information, please contact NVETS; nvetsmanager@nvsa.org.au