The Art of Managing Volunteers

ILM Level 3 Management of Volunteers

What is it?

This four day programme is designed to give you the tools to manage and supervise volunteers with elegance and assured success, because it is designed with the aim of understanding the deepest needs and aspirations of those who volunteer.

Working in partnership with the WCVA and Leadership and Management Wales, Learning to Inspire have developed a new suite of learning programmes that offer third sector leaders a range of innovative and inspirational development opportunities.

Packed with cutting edge tools and the very latest thinking in Leadership and team development this programme offers a learning journey to take you, your volunteers and your organisation to the top of your game.

Who’s it for?

This programme is for people who have a role in managing or leading volunteers, or have a leadership role in an organisation that regularly recruits and involves volunteers. The programme is open to line managers, team leaders and individuals who have a more strategic role within the organisation.


An optional ILM Level 3 Award in Managing Volunteers is available.


Chester: 10/11/2016, 08/12/2016, 19/01/2017 & 02/02/2017

Cardiff: 03/11/2016, 01/12/2016, 12/01/2017 & 09/02/2017


Full cost: £1000 + VAT for the taught programme, and for delegates wanting to take up the full ILM Level 3 qualification there is an additional cost of £150 for assessment and certification.

For Third Sector Organisations we offer a subsidy, making the cost £610 + VAT plus the £150 for the ILM accreditation costs. To book at the subsidised cost, please get in touch on: 0333 101 4350


Please get in touch on: 0333 101 4350

Get this programme:

The Art of Managing Volunteers is also available as an In House programme. For more information please contact us.

Length of Programme:

4 Days

What attendees say:

Thanks very much – very interactive, inclusive and engaging! Made us all feel involved.

The Investment:

Optional Accreditation
£150 - ILM Level 3 Qualification