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Level 3 Management of Volunteers

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Who is this qualification for?
This qualification is ideal if you’re preparing for your first management role in the third sector, or are a practising manager and want to improve your performance – get a solid foundation in the specific set of skills you need to manage volunteers.
Results for you
• Supervise, support and motivate volunteer workers
• Manage people with confidence, communicate well, build better relationships
• Learn a portfolio of practical management tools, techniques and skills
• Get a nationally recognised qualification
Impact for your employer
• Well-run, productive and motivated teams of volunteers
• Increased engagement with your organisation’s goals
• A wide range of optional units – customise this qualification to suit organisational needs
• Workplace-based assessment ensures new skills are effectively transferred to the job
Focus on the skills you need
This qualification is available as an Award or a more comprehensive Certificate. The optional units in this qualification cover a wide range of skills, knowledge and understanding. These include units that focus on:
• management issues specific to volunteers, including promoting volunteering in your organisation
• working with people, including building relationships and managing performance
• fundamental competencies and getting results, from problem-solving to planning and monitoring workloads.

Full qualification details

Award

We have three sizes of qualification: certificate, award and diploma in increasing order of size

Qualification level
Credit Value

The range of credits a learner must undertake to gain this qualification

6 - 11
Structure

Details of the qualification, learning time involved and criteria a learner must satisfy

The qualification is structured into 2 unit groups. 1 hour of induction and at least 1 hour of tutorial support are required. Learners must attain a minimum of 6 credits (a maximum of 5 credits from group 2), and no more than 11 to achieve this qualification.
Certificate

We have three sizes of qualification: certificate, award and diploma in increasing order of size

Qualification level
Credit Value

The range of credits a learner must undertake to gain this qualification

15 - 18
Structure

Details of the qualification, learning time involved and criteria a learner must satisfy

The qualification is structured into 2 unit groups. 1 hour of induction and at least 1 hour of tutorial support are required. Learners must attain a minimum of 15 credits (a minimum of 7 credits, and a maximum of 10 credits from group 2), and no more than 18 to achieve this qualification.

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