OCES Master Calendar
4-H Volunteer Core Competencies Review
Fourteen years since it's introduction, 4-H Volunteer Core Competency was revised in 2014. If it has been 5 or more years since you attended Volunteer Core Competencies Training this is a refresher on its use, an update as to the revisions and an introduction to the IRB evaluation tool for Unit 1. Unit 2 being the focus of volunteer training in 2016 and 2017.
Apr 28, 2017
from 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM
|Contact Name||Karla Knoepfli|
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Educator End-Clients: 4-H members, 4-H volunteers, Teen Leaders & Extension Educators will benefit from the implementation of the Oklahoma 4-H volunteer Core Competency program. Volunteers will be able to effectively conduct their roles and responsibilities through concentrated education. Extension educators will blend the content of each unit into existing county, district and state programs through print media (newsletters, home study), marketing (displays, web page), and training conducted for adult and teen volunteers.
First Objective: Introduce revisions to Unit 2: Getting the Most Out of 4-H
Second Objective: Introduce IRB approved evaluation and how to report evaluation.
Third Objective: Provide a tool that will assist OCES employees in preparing parents and volunteers with the identified skills, knowledge, and resources that will enable them to effectively conduct their roles and responsibilities.
Intended Extension Educators: Extension Professional with 5 or more years of 4-H Youth Development responsibilities in 4-H Volunteer Management.