WE BELIEVE IN

PROFESSIONAL VOLUNTEER MANAGEMENT

WHOSE-ABILITY?

These well known organisations trust Useability and have utilised Penny's expertise or implemented programs designed with and for them.

Leigh Place has worked with Useability
The Smith Family has worked with Useability
The Centre for Volunteering has worked with Useability
Red Cross has worked with Useability
Warringah Council has worked with Useability
NSW SES has worked with Useability
Country Rugby League has worked with Useability
The School of Volunteer Management has worked with Useability
NSW EPA has worked with Useability
Actionaid has worked with Useability
Ryde Council has worked with Useability

USEABILITY

Useability means able. Able to work, able to run smoothly, able to communicate and able to grow.  Able to be efficient and effective in what you do. Useability has assisted some of Australia's largest organisations through training, consulting and facilitating in both business strategy and volunteer program management. 

 

If you are a Not-For-Profit, community service or volunteering organisation, you will benefit by understanding the issues and strategies that are key to professional volunteer management and implementing industry best practice.

CAPABILITY

Useability trains organisation through five spheres of influence. These five areas cover the volunteer lifecycle from before they consider volunteering for your organisation until it's time to leave.  Could your organisation learn and improve your capability in any of these areas?  

Plan
Recruit
Retain
Transition
Strategise

LIKE-ABILITY

Here's what course participants have to say about Useability:

“Penny is a great example of an educator.”

- CEO, Barkuma