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Social Return on Investment, or SROI, is a system of accounting for all of the social and environmental value of your activities. Applying SROI to your work can have a whole range of benefits – from demonstrating your impact in a clear and transparent way to improving your service delivery, winning contracts and tenders to being accountable to your stakeholders, SROI helps you to maximise the potential of your social value. For some real examples of how SROI has helped others, click here.

Social Value UK’s SROI Practitioner Training course is accredited by the Institute of Leadership Management and is delivered by accredited trainers and SROI practitioners. We have been delivering this training course for over seven years to over 1200 people.

DAY 1 – How to do an SROI analysis

Day one is a practical, step-by-step introduction to the SROI process. We will begin with some theory, but the process is best learnt by trying it, so candidates will learn how to develop an impact map – the heart of the SROI process – and explore appropriate real life examples.

DAY 2 – SROI Practitioner Training

Day two covers in depth, more theoretical issues behind SROI including valuation techniques and counterfactuals, as well as discussing examples of best practice at different levels of rigour.

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Further Information

  • Cost for 2 day training & 1 Year membership £575+VAT (15% membership discount)
  • Cost for 2 day training  £618+VAT

Training will be delivered by SROI Accredited Practitioners.

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For enquiries about availability or cost please contact: Clare Bentley, 0151 703 9229, clare.bentley@socialvalueuk.org.

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