Humber College is pleased to present the longest-running program in volunteer management in Canada's non-profit sector. This program is a comprehensive guide to developing and managing a strong volunteer team. It teaches the foundations of volunteer management based on best practices and addresses the building blocks that lead to a strong and engaged volunteer team. You will learn strategies for planning, developing, evaluating and leading relationships to engage all stakeholders.
Admission Requirements: There are no admission requirements for this program. Register and pay for courses individually.
Certificate Criteria: 3 compulsory courses. Courses must be done in order.
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|VMLC 201: Foundations of Volunteer Management|
|VMLC 202: Building Leadership Capacity|
|VMLC 203: Leadership and Planning Strategies|
Faculty of Business News
First Cohort of HR Bridging Program Participants Graduate
Thu, November 01, 2018
The Business School CE department is proud to celebrate the graduation of the first cohort of the HR Bridging program, in partnership with INDUS.
The HR bridging program was designed to assist HR professionals who recently arrived in Canada with navigating Canadian HR practices, laws, and regulations in order to continue their career as HR professionals here in Canada. This partnership began in the spring of 2018 and officially launched in September. The partnership is currently in year one of a three-year agreement to provide bridging programs to recent immigrants.
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