Standard 3: Volunteer Roles

Modified on Tue, 31 Oct 2023 at 09:33 AM

Volunteers are engaged in meaningful roles which contribute to the organisation’s purpose, goals and objectives.

3.1 Volunteer roles are designed to contribute to the organisation’s purpose, goals and objectives.
3.2 Volunteer roles are appropriate for the community, service user or stakeholder groups with which the organisation works.
3.3 Volunteer roles are defined, documented and communicated.
3.4 Volunteer roles are reviewed with input from volunteers and employees.

The Centre for Volunteering Overview

In this overview session, Standard 3 of the National Standards, Volunteer Roles, is explored and broken down.  You will learn how to apply this standard in your organisation and the evidence that is required to demonstrate competency.

The Centre for Volunteering: Accessible Volunteering and the National Standards

This webinar showcases diverse leaders in volunteering and explores how to be a good ally in supporting a diverse volunteering space.

This webinar provides:

  • Understand what it means to be part of an inclusive team.
  • Inclusive Volunteer Role Design Tips.
  • Examples of Inclusive Volunteering Roles.


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