Baranduda Landcare has received funding to provide skills training for Landcare volunteers and volunteer managers.
The key objectives of the grants program are to:
- Increase membership and volunteering in Victorian Landcare;
- Support and strengthen Landcare groups and networks ability to engage with their local and broader community taking into consideration respective needs and priorities;
- Increase the ability of groups and networks to deliver Natural Resource Management outcomes.
The first step in the program was a 3 hour ‘Introduction to Managing Volunteers’ training session (refer attached flyer for more details) held at the Baranduda Community Centre on Thursday 1st July from 11am to 2pm.
Lunch and the training session was provided at no cost to participants. Follow-up sessions catering to participant / group needs may be organised and delivered by AWVRB.
Who is this training relevant to? Any one participating in, managing or coordinating Land care group activities and events involving volunteers across the NE CMA area will benefit from attending this session.
Glen Johnson, Secretary Baranduda Land care
A document outlining the training in Volunteer Management to be provided on July 1st 2010 at the BCC
Overview of the 4 day training provided for volunteers
A poster advertising this awareness raising activity to be held on Oct 10 2010
A smaller filesize version of the flyer adverstising the activity on Oct 10 2010
The final poster advertising the Oct 10 2010 Wodonga Yackandandah roadside awareness walk and bbq
Flyer promoting the workshop on gps usage and map making to be held early in 2011
A flyer promoting a series of three workshops to be run by Jill Dawson focusing on the identification and propagation of local flora of significance
A flyer in pdf format promoting the Native Grasses ID workshop to be run by Dr Graeme Lorimer in Dec 2010
A report on the first of three workshops run by Jill Dawson of ournativegarden.com.au on Nov 6th 2010
A news item to update the progress of the Volunteer Action program run by Baranduda Landcare