Take the next step in your career as a leader of volunteers and become Certified in Volunteer Administration (CVA)
Date: Wednesday, 7 February, 2024
Time: 11:00am - 12:00pm Greenwich Mean Time (GMT)
- Do you work with volunteers?
- Do you want to feel more confident in your role as a volunteer engagement professional?
- Do you seek visibility and credibility within your role, agency, and profession?
Earning your CVA (Certified in Volunteer Administration) – an international professional certification in the field of volunteer resources management – may be just what’s needed in your professional journey.
Join this info session to learn more about what it takes to become a CVA.
Presented by: Council for Certification in Volunteer Administration (CCVA)
Leaders in non-profit organisations and community groups increasingly understand that volunteers can be a critical resource for delivering on a mission. Effective people management and community engagement are imperative – whether they be paid or unpaid. As a result, employers expect that those individuals tasked with mobilising and coordinating volunteer engagement demonstrate a thorough knowledge of effective practices and an understanding of how to apply that knowledge in support of real-world organisational priorities.
In this webinar you’ll learn:
- About the CCVA
- Why certification may be right for you
- How the exam is created
- What the application, preparation, and certification process is
- When you will be ready
Leaders of volunteers have this to say about earning their CVA:
I am excited to have this opportunity to advocate for and proudly promote these credentials that signify my commitment to professional excellence in volunteer engagement.
I feel I have a better framework from which to engage, support and champion our volunteer program.
I feel that the CVA certification ultimately enhances my visibility and my ability to advocate for exceptional volunteer leadership.
I feel getting my CVA designation is a reflection on my commitment to the knowledge and professionalism in volunteer management for both myself and the agency I work for.