New Year…New Opportunities!

Well another year has come and gone and it went by rather fast, don’t you think? While we don’t get any do-overs for 2015, the new year is a great time to reflect. We get to ask ourselves questions about our goals, our accomplishments and whether we are achieving them. If you have plans to take volunteer management, board governance or organizational wellness to the next level – let us help! Great training opportunities are ahead. Check them out!

2016

2015-2016 Training Line-up

We are celebrating our third year together providing training to the Region of Waterloo and Wellington County. On that note, check out our new line-up. There’s a lot to get excited about this year including PREB, strategic planning and marketing workshops! We look forward to seeing you at these upcoming opportunities and cultivating new ideas for creating strength and well-being in our communities.

PREB: Building Communities Through Volunteer Recognition

prebThe PREB-Ontario system is a set of online tools that organizations use to recognize a volunteer’s experience including the skills they honed. Through PREB you can create certificates that volunteers can show to potential employers and education officials.

We are thrilled to announce that our new Learning Alliance facilitator, Julia Gingrich, will be delivering this workshop in the beginning of fall 2015. She will help you learn about PREB and how your organization can use it for recognition.

 

2014-15 Training Line-Up

The Waterloo-Wellington Learning Alliance is pleased to announce its 2014-15 training line-up. This year’s calendar features sessions related to volunteer management, board governance and organizational wellness.

WWLA 2014-5 Line-Up flyer

 

Volunteer Centres of Waterloo-Wellington Regions Proud to Announce Regional Training Service’s First Full Workshop Series

 

The Waterloo Wellington Learning Alliance (WWLA), a program of the Volunteer Centres of Cambridge, Guelph-Wellington, and Kitchener Waterloo & Area, is pleased to announce its first full workshop series, kicking off on September 27th with a workshop on the range of Google Tools for Nonprofits called Google Me This...

“The Waterloo Wellington Learning Alliance is a demonstration of how much stronger services can be through generating and maintaining collaborations and partnerships,” stated Jane Hennig on behalf of the WWLA’s steering committee. “We look forward to building upon this foundational series.”

As the formal launch for the Waterloo Wellington Learning Alliance, this year’s calendar features four sessions on technology supports for the community benefit sector developed in partnership with the staff of Google’s offices in Kitchener. New, cross-sector partnerships for this workshop series are an exciting opportunity that will continue to be developed as a result of access to a broader audience.

All those who work or volunteer in Waterloo or Wellington Regions are welcome to explore the training opportunities offered by the Learning Alliance by accessing our new website at www.learningalliance.ca. The Waterloo Wellington Learning Alliance’s website may also be accessed from each of the partner Volunteer Centres’ websites.