Why Political Parties need to have Volunteers Training?

Volunteers : the backbone of any political party, and the Front face to local residents, The Strength on which any political party can roar, A Vote bank maker for the party a trusted team and the true social workers. Volunteers always thinks for their Leader (Counsellor, MLA, MP) their name fame and growth, but how much these leaders think about their volunteers/activists. At the most basic level, the modules are designed to help party activists inspect their party’s core consensus and transparency assemblies and processes in a creative way, as well as learn precise practices for targeting and recruiting new members.

At a slightly deeper level, the modules reinforce party best practices and empower the party volunteers/activist to become a catalyst for change. The most important thing these volunteers need is support, because they are not working for salary, they are just working for people well. But to work well and work better people need skills and it start from communication skills. For the basics of any work we need communication skills and these skills help anyone to complete the work better and effective.

Party’s renewal and revitalization should be eternal features of political parties. By steadily training party members to comprehend and question party assemblies and processes, parties can develop an environment in which informed activists help keep the party and its policies relevant. All volunteers have different responsibilities, different roles and different character, they have to deal with the different set of and this communication skills training helps the volunteers the make the things possible. Each module is accompanied by a training adjunct with examples of how to acclimate the module to train volunteers/activists.

In addition to the basic concepts covered in the training, it will find a list of supplementary articles on internal democracy, transparency and outreach in the adjuncts. It can assign these articles to volunteers/activists., to stimulate group discussion. Finally, a Party may wish to translate the materials into a local language and add examples illustrating local party implementation of the best practices.