Training Sessions In Volunteer Management, Corporate Volunteering, And School Service Programs In Lebanon
Training sessions in Volunteer Management, Corporate Volunteering, and School Volunteer and Community Service Programs will be offered in Lebanon by the Learning to CARE Institute between May 18 and June 13. Through these training sessions you can learn how to improve existing programs and develop new ones that are strong, effective and beneficial to all involved. To express your interest and preferences, complete the Interest Form no later than May 8 at www.learningtocare.com/interestform. This will give you the opportunity to state the days and times that suit you best. It also offers your organization the opportunity to host the sessions in return for free participation. The listing of actual sessions with dates and venues will be posted publicly on May 10.
Dr. Patricia Nabti, who will be providing the training, has worked in the field of volunteerism for 17 years. She founded and directed the Association for Volunteer Services for 14 years, and has had her own consulting firm, the Learning to CARE Institute, for two years. She is the Regional Representative for the Arab Nations for the International Association for Volunteer Services (IAVE). She has written two books available in Arabic and English on volunteerism: Learning to CARE: Education, Volunteering, and Community Service and Corporate Volunteering in the Arab Region. And she has provided consulting on volunteerism, not only in Lebanon, but also in Egypt, Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Qatar, and Syria. She is the first, and currently only one of two people with their CVA in the Arab region (Certified Volunteer Administrator) - the other is in Saudi Arabia. Training for these sessions will primarily be in English, but PowerPoint slides will be bilingual Arabic/English and handouts will be available in both languages.
Dr. Patricia Nabti