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Impact Management with EVPA

A training course 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 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.

Who should attend?

This course is especially relevant for Venture Philanthropy/Social Investment funders and investors who are about to set up or are considering improving their impact measurement and management system. Former participants ranged from grant officers and social investors to philanthropy advisors (banking, family offices, etc…), investment managers and social programs managers.

Please note that this course is limited to a maximum of 25 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.

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Cost

  • Cost for 2 day workshop for non EVPA members €1600
  • Cost for 2 day workshop EVPA members €800

How and when can I attend this training?

  • TBC

Do you wish to host this training for your organisation? We can offer this training in-house globally, send us an email at info@socialvalueuk.org.

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