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Volunteer Screening Handbook Volunteer Canada created The 2012 Edition of The Screening Handbook on behalf of Public Safety Canada, including the 10 Steps of Screening that give clear guidelines for developing screening policies. Download
Canadian Code for Volunteer Involvement Volunteer Canada created the Canadian Code for Volunteer Involvement (CCVI) to support organizations that engage volunteers. The CCVI is a framework for involving volunteers in all levels of an organization. This includes volunteers working in leadership, direct service and virtual roles. We encourage all organizations to think about how they engage volunteers. Download
Canadian Code for Volunteer Involvement - Values, guiding principles and standards of practice Download
Board Building - Recruiting and Developing Effective Board Members for Not-For-Profit Organizations A self-guided workbook. Download
Recognizing Volunteering Recognizing volunteers continues to be an important dimension of volunteer engagement as we find meaningful ways to show appreciation for the efforts of volunteers and to raise public awareness about the contributions volunteers make to communities. How do we recognize volunteering? Check out this summary report. Download
10 Steps of Screening Screening practices are ongoing and go beyond the selection process. Screening promotes better volunteer matching, improved quality and safety of programs and reduced risks and liability. The 10 steps of screening give clear guidelines for developing screening policies and practices. Download