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CAVR Certification. “To succeed, we must first believe that we can .” Michael Korda. Definition of “Standard” as defined in the Webster Dictionary. A “Standard” is defined as something set up and established as a rule for measuring or as a model to be followed. Purpose of “Standards”.

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Cavr certification

CAVR Certification

“To succeed, we must first believe

that we can.”

Michael Korda

Definition of standard as defined in the webster dictionary

Definition of “Standard”as defined in the Webster Dictionary

A “Standard” is defined as something set

up and established as a rule for measuring

or as a model to be followed.

Purpose of standards

Purpose of “Standards”

  • To provide basic guidelines for administering volunteer resources

  • To encourage professionalism & quality measures

  • To establish sound

    management practices

Why should i certify

Why should I certify?

Top 5 reasons to certify

Top 5 Reasons to Certify…

  • A sense of Accomplishment

  • Enhanced Professional Development

  • Recognizing your Potential

  • Raise the profile of your position within your organization

  • Proudly carry the CAVR Designation

Certification criteria

Certification Criteria

  • Member in good standing with CAVR

  • Working in the profession of Volunteer Management

  • Your Work History

  • Write your Personal Philosophy

  • Demonstrated Leadership

  • Professional Development Hours

  • Two papers

    • 1) Current trends & issues

    • 2) Choice of Criteria

Are you ready next steps

Are you Ready? Next Steps…

  • Become a member of CAVR

  • Go to to download certification package or receive package from CAVR Certification Chair

  • Contact Certification Chair to receive an ID# and if you wish, request a Mentor!

  • Ensure all requirements are met in the certification criteria before proceeding

  • Send papers &application fee to CAVR Chair of Certification

  • Papers to be disseminated to CAVR markers

  • Must be postmarked no later than February 28th

  • Certification awarded at National Conference in the presence of your peers and colleagues!!

Tips for keeping on track

Tips for keeping on track

  • Keep anything related to your certification into a file for easy retrieval at a later date!!

  • Take a “Professional Development” record to every workshop you attend and get signature

  • Get involved in volunteer work either on a committee or a board!

  • Register “your intent” and get an ID# & mentor as this will commit you to keep on going!



“If you think you can, you can. And if you think you can't, you're right.”

Henry Ford



  • CAVR – Canadian Administrators of Volunteer Resources

  • AVRBC – Administrators of Volunteer Resources BC

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