Join us for the Dublin Volunteer Management Seminar as part of National Volunteering Week (16th – 22nd May)

The Seminar brings together practitioners from the field of volunteering to provide you with knowledge, insights and discussion on volunteer management. The event is designed to be practical in nature and relevant to you as local volunteer managers. Download the brochure below for more details. 

This year the Seminar will take place in the Local Government Management Agency on 35-39 Usher’s Quay, Dublin 8. Book your ticket below.

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Dublin Volunteer Management Seminar 2016

Now in its fifth year, the Seminar brings together practitioners from the field of volunteering to provide you with knowledge, insights and discussion on volunteer management. The Seminar is designed to be practical in nature and relevant to you as local volunteer managers.

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Venue: LGMA, Local Government House, 35-39 Usher’s Quay, Dublin 8

Date: Wednesday 18th May 2016 Time: 9.30am to 4.00pm

Cost: €19 early bird rate; €25 standard rate

Key Speaker – Sabina Brennan

Sabina Brennan (Bio) Sabina Brennan (PhD) is currently the co-director of the NEIL (NeuroEnhancement for Independent Living) dementia research programme in Trinity College Institute of Neuroscience and a Research Assistant Professor at the School of Psychology.
She has secured millions of euro in funding for dementia research and brain health awareness and education projects at Trinity College Dublin and with her colleagues helped to secure the biggest philanthropic donation in Irish history (€138 million). Sabina is passionate about addressing inequalities in health and education. Her aim is to empower people to be proactive about their own health and to promote lifelong learning and educational attainment.
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