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Impact Management Workshop

A training by SVUK and EVPA

What is this training?

This workshop will teach you how to manage your social value. Even better; no matter the size of your organisation and resources, or those of your beneficiaries, impact management can be both feasible and a real value-add for your organisation and can drive great cost savings and organisational change. This one-day workshop on impact management is designed to unveil the do’s and don’ts of impact measurement and to equip you with all you need to know about the implementation and management of social impact.

The day is facilitated by Jeremy Nicholls, CEO of Social Value UK and Priscilla Boiardi, Knowledge Centre Director of EVPA.

Who should attend?

The training is designed for practitioners in the field of impact assessment, or with an understanding of the basics of impact measurement. Former participants ranged from grant officers, advisers in philanthropy (banking, family offices), investment managers, foundations and NGO staff, to academic institutions. This mix is a unique opportunity to connect and learn from each other in the pursuit of more effective societal impact.

Please note that this course is limited to a maximum of 20 participants, in order to guarantee interactivity. EVPA Training Academy will grant a certificate of participation to those who attended all sessions and complete the required assignments.

Cost

  • Cost for 1 day workshop for non EVPA members €800
  • Cost for 1 day workshop EVPA members €400

 

 

How and when can I attend this training?

DateLocation
17 March 2017Brussels
20 September 2017Brussels

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