Over the past few months we have asked our members if they had any skills which they were prepared to share with other groups.
Below is the skills register up to January 2020. If you want help with any particular area please email us at email@example.com and we will ask the person supplying the expertise to contact you.
Click here to view: Skills register for WEBVisit Site
Events Planning – Guidance from Kirklees Council
If you are thinking of holding an event on Kirklees Green Space, Park or other Kirklees venue the link below will help you:
Friends groups can approach their volunteer coordinator for guidance, don’t forget you need insurance, complete an application form and ensure a risk assessment has been carried out.Visit Site
DBS – Disclosure and Barring Service
If you are working with children and vulnerable adults you need to check out the site below.
There is also help at dbs.@kirklees.gov.uk
This may also be helpful:Visit Site
Management Plans – Assistance if required
Rod Payne,Upper Dearne Woodlands Conservation Group, has kindly offered to help groups draw up management plans in the Kirklees area. Rod gave a talk after our AGM on Thursday 29 November 2018. An example of Rod’s plan is show below. If you want to contact Rod firstname.lastname@example.orgVisit Site
Find Volunteers on “Do It”
Do It is an established website which used to be managed by organisations like Voluntary Action Kirklees. You can now join and post your volunteering and job opportunities yourself directly on the site.Visit Site
National Council for Voluntary Organisations
The National Council for Voluntary Organisations has a huge bank of resources for the voluntary sector called KnowHow Nonprofit. Organisations with an income of less than £30,000 are currently eligible for free membership of NCVO which will enable you to use their video training and trustee recruitment services. Well worth joining up.
There is some training information available even without joining up at the KnowHow Nonprofit part of their site.Visit Site
You can check our directory for a group or location that interests you, and make contact. Alternatively, look for opportunities on the Volunteering Kirklees website.Visit Site