Residential at the college and Online 

If you have responsibility for organising volunteers or would like to move into volunteer management, this course is ideal. Get the knowledge and skills required to be able to effectively manage volunteers and ensure that your organisation makes the most of their valuable contribution. Gain the key management skills and knowledge necessary to give your organisation the edge and equip yourself with a range of transferable skills.


13th May 2022 - 24th July 2022


Split into 4 residential stays of 3 days and 2 nights 

20th May 2022 - 22nd May 2022

10th June 2022 - 12th June 2022 

1st July 2022 - 3rd July 2022


There will be 4 4hour long sessions 

13th May 2022

17th June 2022

24th June 2022

15th July 2022




Full awards at level 3 or above cost from £0-£100 depending on your income.


Level 3

Learning Outcomes

You will develop practical leadership and management knowledge and skills across the following disciplines:

  • Managing volunteer agreements
  • Supervising and supporting volunteers
  • Promoting volunteering within your organisation and to volunteers

Entry Requirements 

  • There are no formal entry requirements for this qualification. The Level 3 Award in the Management of Volunteers is aimed at volunteer managers and co-ordinators who have a hands-on role in supporting volunteers.  People who have had previous experience of working with and managing/supervising volunteers and who may not currently be in employment or a volunteering role may also apply.
  • This course is funded by the West Midlands Combined Authority and applies to a wide range of postcodes within the West Midlands region only.  To check your eligibility please contact the Admissions team on 0212 472 0116  or email [email protected] 


This course will help develop professional life and work skills to improve your effectiveness.

You may also benefit from our other courses in areas such as:

  • Confidence and Assertiveness
  • Introduction to Mentoring
  • Introduction to Coaching Skills