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The ANZAC’S – Our Greatest Ever Volunteers?
By Andy Fryar Today in Australia and New Zealand we respectfully commemorate 100 years of the ANZAC landing at Gallipoli. For overseas readers, this day has become sacrosanct in this part of the world andRead More »
Regional Victorian Training Tour
OzVPM Founder and Director Andy Fryar spent a week at the end of March training on volunteer management across regional Victoria, conducting workshops in Bendigo, Wangaratta, Heidelberg and Horsham. Thanks to everyone who cameRead More »
BOOK REVIEW: Volunteer Program Management: an essential guide (3rd ed)
By Andy Fryar, Joy Noble and Louise Rogers Truly an “essential guide,” the book is filled with solid information for both starting and strengthening a volunteer program in any setting. Since first published manyRead More »
Linda Graff – an amazing contribution!
OzVPM HOT TOPIC – APRIL / MAY 2012 By OzVPM Director Andy Fryar with Linda Graff After an amazing 30 year career as an international trainer, author, consultant and big thinker in the world of volunteerism, friendRead More »
Inertia and the Impending Doom
Be vigilant and be active! Identify those trends which may be likely to have an impact on volunteer availability or on the capacity of our programs to cope with extra welfare candidates being 'pushed'Read More »
Keeping things fresh in a new year
OZVPM HOT TOPIC – JANUARY 2008 By OzVPM Director, Andy Fryar For those of us who celebrate Christmas, the end of December can be a time of fun, family, reflection and celebration. It’s aRead More »
Can we turn the clock back just a little please?
HOT TOPIC – DECEMBER 2007 By OzVPM Director, Andy Fryar I have had the privilege of wandering through Europe over the past month and have seen many amazing things along the way – ageRead More »
HOT TOPIC – NOVEMBER 2007 By OzVPM Director, Andy Fryar As I write this hot topic, Australia is in the grip of an impending Federal election. As always, it is interesting to watch politiciansRead More »