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Volunteer Training

Volunteer training is essential so that volunteers not only understand the expectations of their role but have the skills, competencies, and information necessary to be successful.We're here to do everything we can to help you. 

Required Training for Volunteers

Each volunteer must complete the University of Illinois Child Protection Training. In addition, any adult who chaperones youth overnight are required to complete the Chaperone Training. Both of these training modules require an online account you'll create so your completion can be recorded by the state office. 

Child Protection Training: CLICK to begin your training

Overnight Chaperone Training: Check back soon for updated training. CLICK to begin your training

Recommended Training

We also encourage volunteers to view these additional trainings. These may be completed any time you have an extra few minutes and want to learn more about your volunteer role. Don't forget to read the documents which go along with many of these videos.

4-H Volunteer Orientation: CLICK to begin your training

Club Officer Roles and Parliamentary Procedure: CLICK to begin your training

4-H Club Program Planning: CLICK to begin your training

Volunteer Training

Illinois 4-H Enhancing Positive Youth Development in SPIN Clubs
Ages and Stages: Working with Youth Age 8 to 11
Ages and Stages: Working with Youth Age 12 to 14
Ages and Stages: Working with Youth Age 15 to18
Enhancing Youth Belonging in 4-H Clubs
Enhancing Youth Generosity in 4-H Clubs
Enhancing Youth Independence in 4-H Clubs
Enhancing Youth Mastery in 4-H Clubs
Keeping Everyone Safe: A Risk Management Tool for 4-H Clubs
Keeping Everyone Safe in 4-H Clubs