NVETS and AAMoV's Exclusive 2015 Scholarship Offer
November 10, 2014
This Scholarship Offer has now closed
AAMoV is delighted to announce our exciting new partnership with the NV Education & Training Services (NVETS).
NV Education & Training Services (provider no. 40831)
Winners of the SA Adult Learners Program of the Year Award 2013
AAMoV members have the opportunity to apply for one of two 30% professional development scholarships with the NVETS 2015 Professional Development Program.
Successful applicants will have the opportunity to extend their skills and knowledge while studying the Advanced Diploma of Community Sector Management with a specialisation in Volunteer Management. The scholarship is currently being offered for workshops in Melbourne, Australia.
Applicants must have a minimum of 2 years experience in the field of volunteer management and are invited to apply via the application form. This training is a unique and exciting way to advance professional competency and a career in volunteer program management.
Focusing on the management of volunteer programs, the key objectives of the course are:
Participation in a Professional Development Program focussed on practical workplace implementation of theory;
Completion of the Advanced Diploma of Community Sector Management;
Implementation of learning directly into the workplace;
Enabling participants to impact the wider volunteer sector through a mentoring program as mentors;
Development of a learning community featuring like-minded people.
The Program consists of:
Six, two day workshops (based in Melbourne)
Involvement as a mentor in a formalised mentoring program
Major work based project and a number of smaller work related assessments designed to build knowledge and understanding
The 30% Scholarship reduces the cost of the Program and qualification to $3800.
NVETS are volunteerism specialists with trainers Peter Heyworth and Donatella Amos involved in professional volunteer program management for over 20 years and were instrumental in the establishment of AAMoV back in 2001.