Many organisations working with children, young people and adults at risk require their staff and volunteers to undergo criminal records Disclosure and Barring (DBS) checks.
Volunteers make a significant contribution, in unpaid hours, to the economy of Wales.
Most of the information in this document relates to ‘volunteer drivers’, i.e. volunteers whose volunteering activity is in the role of a driver.
In Wales, the Welsh Language has official status which means it should be treated no less favourably than the English Language.
This is a template document, please amend and use as appropriate, we suggest that you set up with your own logo and branding.
These sample volunteer agreements are a starting point to help you draft one that suits your organisation. Feel free to adapt them to suit your needs.
The Welsh Government is responsible for the functions and powers devolved to it by the Crown and has a budget to administer and deliver public services in devolved areas in Wales.
This information sheet offers practical ideas on how to attract Welsh speaking volunteers to your organisation.
This tool is based on the Charity’s Commission’s 10 actions trustee boards need to take to ensure good safeguarding governance.
This volunteer policy sets out the principles and practice by which we involve volunteers and is relevant to staff, volunteers and trustees within the organisation.
If your Voluntary Sector organisation employs staff, this information sheet will give you guidance on how to manage staff performance, using supervision and appraisal.
This guidance offers some practical advice and suggestions on keeping records to help ensure that projects funded by European Structural funds can comply with the requirements of their funding.