Volunteer induction training
Welcome to the Engineers Ireland's STEPS programme.
We really appreciate your services and we commit to making your volunteer experience a rewarding one. You must complete an induction as part of your initial training. Please complete A) Moodle STEPS Induction or alternatively B) STEPS to Induction below.
The STEPS team are delighted to announce the launch of our online training. New volunteers who join the programme will be invited to learn more about STEPS, our goals, and the resources available to volunteers through an online Moodle course.
Current volunteers are also invited to complete the Moodle, as a refresher course. The training can be accessed here with the guest password SmartSTEPS.
B) STEPS to Induction
Read more about STEPS
Meet the STEPS team
Your role description provides you with an outline of what is involved with your role and the amount of time involved.
It’s important that you review our child protection page and take the time to read the Volunteer Code of Conduct and the Child Protection Policy statement in advance of volunteering as part of your induction to STEPS.
Each volunteer has a designated member of staff
who will be their main contact to guide and advise them in their role.
You are encouraged to complete or attend regular training to develop your skills while involved with STEPS. All volunteers should attend one training, networking and support session each year.
STEPS is committed to supporting and developing volunteers. Volunteers are supported in different ways: