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When: February 20, 2019
Where: LONDON
If you manage volunteers, this course will acquaint you with recent work on volunteer management produced by general support agencies for volunteering in the UK. This course also includes specialist knowledge about managing volunteers in professional bodies based on PARN research.

When: February 26, 2019
Where: LONDON
Gain a comprehensive understanding of the issues that arise when managing continuing professional development (CPD) policies and programmes for a professional body.

When: March 7, 2019
Where: LONDON
Join our masterclass for senior level staff. Take part in a thought-provoking assessment of the pressures, processes and principles of governance. You will cover the PARN 'Cupped Hands' model of governance, as well as the pros and cons of different structures in the context of sector case studies. Plus, discuss governance issues with others facing similar challenges.

When: March 21, 2019
Where: LONDON
This course will cover all aspects of membership management, from working effectively with member networks, where maintaining consistency, quality and control are key elements, to looking in some detail at engaging and interacting with members. The course will also cover membership value, retention, segmentation and communication. Membership Development will provide the essential tools for anyone working for a professional body who has a membership remit.

When: April... Details
According to our members, it takes six months to a year for staff who are new to the sector to understand what professional bodies do and how they are distinctive from private and public sector organisations. This is a fantastic opportunity for new staff or those who have changed roles to learn about what makes working for a professional body different from working for private, public or other third sector organisations.

When: April 9, 2019
Where: ... Details
Develop and manage strategies to raise the ethical standards of members or registrants through positive supports for ethical codes and competence.

When: May 1, 2019
Where: LONDON

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