NWN - Knowledge Hub

Alert message sent 25/08/2021 20:42:00

Information sent on behalf of Cumbria Neighbourhood Watch

Neighbourhood Watch Network have developed a Knowledge Hub – which will contain useful information to support local volunteers in their work.

The Knowledge Hub will include sections on induction, training, a calendar of events, and also a forum where volunteers can communicate directly with each other.

As part of this project, we are developing various new materials, personal training resources and development opportunities, which will bring a universal approach to what we do, while still enabling the flexibility you need locally.

This includes an up-to-date Coordinators’ role description, a tailored volunteer induction, volunteer training, and exploring how we can provide reward and improving the ways we recognise and reward volunteers both locally and centrally.

Many of our Coordinators throughout the Country have told us that they’d like to be able to communicate directly and easily with other Coordinators both locally and nationally, so we hope the new Hub will be a great way to do that.” Cheryl Spruce, Head of Membership and Engagement

The Knowledge Hub is a very useful tool that Coordinators can use to better inform their members. The purpose of this communication is to recruit current Coordinators in Cumbria to use the Knowledge Hub, however, I need you to let me know so that I can arrange access to it.

Look forward to hearing from you.

Kind regards
Joe Murray QPM
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Joseph Murray (NHWN, Administrator, Cumbria)

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