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National Volunteer Management Conference 2013

** Tickets for this year's event are now sold out.

The National Volunteer Management Conference, supported by BHP Insurance, provides an affordable day of professional development, networking and informative, thought-provoking workshops for individuals and organisations responsible for volunteer recruitment, training, support, and management. 

The premier conference for volunteer management in Ireland, the third annual National Volunteer Management Conference 2013 will take place on Wednesday 6th November at The Hilton Kilmainham Hotel, Dublin.

So whether you work with an organisation that manages thousands of volunteers, or you’re a small volunteer-led group, join your peers and leaders in the field of volunteer management for what promises to be both a practical and inspiring event. 

Who Should Attend?

  • Groups and organisations (large and small) currently involving volunteers or those thinking of involving volunteers.
  • Individuals (paid or unpaid) working directly with volunteers or who are responsible for managing volunteers.
  • Anyone looking to gain an in-depth understanding of best practice in volunteer management.

Pricing and registration
**Tickets for this year's event are now sold out. To join a waiting list for cancellations, see the Eventbrite widget below.

If you have any queries related to the National Volunteer Management Conference call the Volunteer Ireland office on 01 6369446 or email



National Volunteer Management Conference 2012
Thanks to all those who attended the NVMC 2012, which took place on November 7th in Chartered Accountants House, Dublin 2. The Conference featured insightful inputs from international speakers on their experiences in Australia, Canada and the UK. 

Martin J Cowling from Australia was keynote speaker at this year's event. He was joined by Tony Goodrow from Canada who introduced The Scarce Resources Model for Measuring the Return on Investment of Volunteer Engagement while Nikki Squelch from the UK presented on how organisations can benefit from developing a Volunteer Strategy. The Conference was opened by Tina Roche, CEO of Business in The Community and also featured presentations and workshops from Yvonne McKenna, Terri O'Brien, Annemarie Ní Churreáin and Kate McDonagh of Volunteer Ireland.

To view a full gallery of photos from the conference just 'like' Volunteer Ireland's facebook page.


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