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  1. CREATING EFFECTIVE SITE COORDINATORS Marty Ricker Recruiter Supervisor ASBPO

  2. Objectives • Identify and discuss techniques for selecting good site coordinators • Discuss techniques to train site coordinators • Discuss methods to use the site coordinator to garner support from the command

  3. Good SC Qualities • Volunteer • Ambition and enthusiasm • Time to devote to drive preparation • Linked to leadership • Ability to communicate

  4. Identification • Talk to leadership about surveying their organization • Interview the candidate • Remember you cannot be too picky • The more attributes they have the better • Suggest official appointment

  5. Training – Basic Information • Who can come to the drive • Where does the blood go • How much do we need • Goal Setting • Common deferrals

  6. Training – Drive Planning • Drive date considerations • Personnel availability • Site availability • Put drive on training schedule • Advertising – Posters, flyers, email, POD, media • Site Coordinator web site

  7. Training – Recruiting Tips • Recruit leaders • Extra coordinators – 1 per 25 donors • Have them bring a friend • Deferred donors can bring others • Promote ownership and responsibility for giving blood • Get commitment - appointment

  8. Training – Site selection • Large enough to allow for goal • 400 sq. ft. minimum for 25 donors • 10 sq. ft. per extra donor • At least 3 electrical outlets • Good lighting • Easy access & parking for team vehicles • Centrally located to donors

  9. Leadership Support • Ensure senior leadership understand program and need • Suggest an incentive – time off or exempt from PT the next day • Have them talk to the organization • Instill competition