Develop the competencies of your volunteer employees
The passing on from employees to volunteer employees implies a before and after for companies. Many studies show the potential of volunteering to develop competencies, both at a personal and professional level. However, it is necessary to define correctly the desired competencies according to the needs of each employee.
In Voluntariado y Estrategia we help you design and execute the corporate volunteering programmes to develop specific professional competences for specific employee profiles. We do it according to your own competence map, working with the NGO’s you work with to finally achieve your aims.
We have developed a pioneer methodology that allows us to define how to plan and execute a volunteering programme to develop one or more professional and specific competences.
Measuring to improve
Thanks to our mediation of impact systems, these projects come with evaluation methodologies that assure us the disposal of data regarding the reached knowledge, as well as the use of such knowledge in the day to day of the employees of the company.
Leading companies in their sector are already carrying out these type of projects.
We have developed Vol+, a certification system committed with the Volunteering Platform of Spain, which provides plenty of added value in the volunteering field:
- Analysing and Problem solving.
- Flexibility and innovation.
- Capacity to lead initiatives.
- Organisation and planning.
- Interpersonal Communication.
- Team Work.
Includes a certificate backed by the Rey Juan Carlos University to incoporate in the cv.
Training for volunteers
Social venture through volunteering is key to involve employees and companies in the race for social change. We take advantage of their knowledge and experience to:
- Work on possible solutions for specific social challenges.
- Design and execute different social projects.
- Help social entities face challenges.
With a previous training, accompanied and working in teams, volunteers direct their knowledge and skills to confront social problems. The result? They develop competences such as team work, leadership and adaptation, as well as generating a long term positive social impact in social projects.