Certificate IV in Coordination of Volunteer Programs
The Certificate IV in Coordination of Volunteer Programs reflects the role of people who are responsible for the coordination of volunteers within a program or organisation. Volunteer coordinators provide ongoing management and support to volunteers and are the main point of contact for volunteers. At this level, they will generally be autonomous and are required to supervise and lead volunteers in projects or teams.
The learning pathways in Scouts Australia that provide learning and experiences that align closely and will provide most of your evidence towards meeting the requirements of the Certificate IV in Coordination of Volunteer Programs. Further information is available in the Certificate IV in Coordination of Volunteer Programs Candidate Information.
- Complete Wood Badge Advanced level training
- Complete Wood Badge Basic level training, plus performing to a higher standard for longer or more intensely, than would be reasonably expected
- Need to provide copies of the evidence that you are using for your recognition of prior learning (RPL) assessment.
- After evidence is provided an Assessor will be assigned who will assess your evidence and work with you to address any gaps against the requirements of the qualification.
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