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Certified Volunteer Administrator

Instructions:
  • Answer 50 questions in 15 minutes.
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  • Match each statement with the correct term.
  • Don't refresh. All questions and answers are randomly picked and ordered every time you load a test.

This is a study tool. The 3 wrong answers for each question are randomly chosen from answers to other questions. So, you might find at times the answers obvious, but you will see it re-enforces your understanding as you take the test each time.
1. 9 Components of a Business Plan






2. Project Evaluation and Review Technique PERT






3. Citizenship & Philanthropy/Philosophy of Volunteerism






4. Respect/Privacy






5. Campaign Strategy






6. Six Pillars of Core Ethics






7. 5 P's for Strategy






8. Activities






9. Project Plan






10. Responsiblilty/Continuiys Improvement






11. Operational Plan






12. Trustworthiness/Candor






13. Volunteer Administrators should maintain a program that is...






14. Strategic Performance Management






15. Justice & Fairness/Procedural Fairness






16. Values






17. Trustworthiness/Reasonablilty of Copmmitments






18. Responsibility/Doing one's Best






19. Community Assessment






20. Hierarchy Culture






21. Serendipitous Volunteer Program






22. Justice & Fairness/Impartiality






23. Traditional Volunteer Program






24. What is a 'Right'?






25. Colaborative Strategy






26. Market Culture






27. Values






28. Components of a Well Run Volunteer Program






29. Basic Underlying Assumptions






30. Trustworthiness/Moral Courage






31. Social Change Volunteer Program






32. Artifacts






33. 360 Degree Feedback






34. The Rights Approach






35. What is a 'Duty'?






36. Caring/Compasion & Generosity






37. Justice & Fairness/Equality






38. Task Oriented Performace Management






39. Responsiblity/Professioanl Responsibility






40. The Virtue Approach






41. Code of Ethics






42. Responsbility/Staff Relationships






43. Trustworthiness/Principled






44. Respect/Human Dignity






45. Adhocracy Culture






46. Six Characterisics of an Ethical Dilemma






47. Direct costs






48. Respect/Neutrality






49. Contest Strategy






50. The Fairness (or Justice) Approach