· To give practical guidance on professional boundaries
· To appreciate the difference between friendship and supporting someone as a volunteer
· To explore the difference between professional, personal, legislative and policies or codes of conduct in relation to volunteers.
Trainer: Renee Jasper-Griffiths
ESCC Training and development consultant
This session includes breaks with refreshments.
For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Target Audience: Volunteers and Volunteer Co-ordinators linked to community or voluntary organisations and/or organisations who are members of HVA.
Costs: This is a FREE course for any delegate within the target audience group
This course is being run in partnership with the East Sussex County Council, and the venue costs have been waived by HVA
Please advise us as soon as you can if you have booked a space but unable to attend, so that we can make the space available to another participant. Failure to attend without notice will incur a charge of £30 per person. This charge applies to all agencies.
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