Nottingham Trent University receives national recognition for its employee volunteering scheme
Published 11 May 2015
Nottingham Trent University has received national recognition for its Employee Volunteering and Community Involvement Scheme after gaining the Investing in Volunteers for Employers (IiVE) Award.
Durham Uni's Staff Volunteering & Outreach team successfully renew their IiVE accreditation
Published 02 February 2015
(Originally published on https://www.dur.ac.uk/volunteer/aboutus/svonews)
Durham University has been reaccredited with the national Investing in Volunteers for Employers award, in recognition of its Staff Volunteering & Outreach programme. Durham is the only university in the UK to have received reaccreditation to date, and demonstrates its commitment to supporting the local community and its staff members. The Investing in Volunteers for Employers is a national quality standard overseen by the National Council for Voluntary Organisations, and involved a self-assessment and three-day site visit.
Launch of revised IiVE standard
Published August 2014
A revised version of the Investing in Volunteers for Employers (IiVE) quality standard has now been launched.
IiVE is still unique in being the only UK award to recognise an organisation’s commitment to best practice in employer supported volunteering (ESV).