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Report Review Service

The Report Review Service is a useful and practical learning exercise for any organisation that has prepared an impact report. Social Value UK will provide a review containing the following:

  • A summary of the strengths and weaknesses of the report in the context of the Principles of Social Value

  • Recommendations on how the report (and the reporting process) might be improved in order to demonstrate a better understanding and application of the Principles of Social Value

The Report Review Service is different to the Report Assurance and SROI Practitioner Accreditation in the following ways:

  • Report Reviews can be applied to any type of impact report – it does not have to be an SROI analysis

  • Report Reviews do not provide an assurance statement

  • Report Reviews do not offer a formal feedback consultation or an amendment period in order to implement any changes for re-submission

  • The Report Review Service is delivered by Social Value UK and does not include involvement from an independent panel of assessors

Social Value UK also recommend the Social Value Self-Assessment Tool as another useful learning exercise. This online survey provides you with an overall score of your organisation’s application of The Principles of Social Value. Accompanying this Self-Assessment are documents and guidance for improving your understanding and application of the social value principles.

Report Review costs £500 + VAT per report. For any enquiries or to submit a report for review get please get in touch:

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