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India

Social Value UK regularly run training in India in partnership with KPMG. The training is delivered by Adam Richards from Social Value UK and Santhosh Jayaram from KPMG.

This two day practitioner training is aimed at assisting professionals working in CSR, sustainability and development sector. The course aims at sensitising professionals on SRol and preparing them to conduct SRol for CSR, sustainability and development sector programmes.

KPMG’s offices in the Apollo Mills Compound, Mumbai

2018 Dates and Locations

  • 20-21 August, KPMG, Apollo Mills Compound, Mumbai

More information and bookings

Please contact Jignesh Thakkar

 


United Arab Emirates

Social Value UK regularly run training in Dubai with partners KPMG Business Academy. The training is delivered by Adam Richards.

Costs

  • Course (early bird booking) $1695
  • Course (standard booking) $1895

2018 Dates

  • 21-22 October

For more information download the training brochure here.

 


Netherlands

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Social Value UK regularly run training in Amsterdam with training partners Sinzer.

The main trainers are Jeremy Nicholls, CEO of Social Value UK, and Marlon van Dijk, managing director of Sinzer.

Costs

  • Course without membership for non-profits, social enterprises & government €750
  • Course without membership for consultancy firms (>25 fte) and corporates: €1000

2018 Dates

  • 24 and 25 September – Amsterdam

Further information and to book your place

Book your place on the Sinzer website.

 


 

Canada

Social Value Canada are licensed to run SROI Accredited Practitioner training in Canada. This two-day SROI training course is delivered by leading SROI Accredited Trainer, Stephanie Robertson of SiMPACT Strategy Group.

2018 dates

  • 30-31 May – Calgary
  • 13-14 June – Toronto

For more information or to register, please contact Mary.

 


 

 

New Zealand

Would you like to better understand the social impact of your organisation?
Social Return on Investment (SROI) is an internationally recognised approach for valuing social, economic and environmental outcomes. This two-day SROI training course is delivered by  leading SROI practitioner, Simon Faivel of Social Venture Australia and will equip you with introductory SROI skills, covering:
• A step-by-step introduction to the SROI process
• The principles underpinning SROI
• Real life applications and examples to show how your organisation can use SROI to increase your impact

Costs

  • $1695 +GST per person for Corporate, Government and Consultants
  • $1395 +GST per person for Non-for-Profits (Use discount code: NFP2018)

2018 Dates

  •  9 and 10 July – Wellington

Further information and how to book

Visit the Social Value Aotearoa website.

 


Think Impact SROI Practitioner Training, Australia

How can you capture the value created for people and the environment in your decision making and reporting? How do you design your programs and strategies with clarity and certainty around the impacts you will be having?

Social Return on Investment provides the answers.

About the course

Social Return on Investment (SROI) is an internationally recognised approach for understanding and measuring the impacts of a program, organisation or policy. Through engaging with stakeholders, it is possible to identify the social, environmental and economic impacts generated, and place a financial value on this impact.

This 2-day course takes a practical and hands-on approach to providing you with the principles, method and tools needed to carry out an SROI analysis. It combines a thorough understanding of the theoretical background to SROI and its long-term benefits, with a step- by-step guide to conducting an SROI backed up by a range of practical group exercises. Training participants are provided with resources and templates to conduct your own SROI analysis.

Cost

  • Not for profit and community organisations $1155 including GST per person
  • Government and corporate organisations $1650 including GST per person

2018 Dates

19 and 20 June – Melbourne

28 and 29 August – Woolloomooloo

Booking

Please register at Eventbrite.

For further information contact Rebecca at Rebecca@thinkimpact.com.au


The Incus Group SROI Practitioner Training, Australia

Overview

The Incus Group, a leading impact measurement consultancy and founding member of Social Impact Measurement Network of Australia, is running SROI training in June 2017.

Accredited Social Return on Investment (SROI) training – a 2 day course for those looking to robustly demonstrate whether their work is having an impact through SROI, an internationally recognised social impact measurement approach. It will be particularly useful for those who have a role in developing an organisation’s capacity to measure and report on the social return it is achieving from its investments or funding.

When and where…
The trainings will be held in centrally located training facilities in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane.

Booking

Training can be booked online via The Incus Group Eventbrite page.

For more information or to express interest in future training sessions, please contact info@theincusgroup.com

2018 Dates

  • TBC

Social Ventures Australia SROI Practitioner Training, Australia

OverviewSocial Ventures Australia

As an increasingly recognised approach for valuing social returns internationally, individuals, investors, evaluators and organisations are seeking to build capacity in the Social Return on Investment (SROI) methodology.

This course does not guarantee SROI accreditation, but is a necessary step towards becoming an accredited SROI practitioner. The next step involves the submission of an SROI analysis and report for review. For more information on the SROI accreditation process, please see Social Value UK.

The course is a practical, step-by-step introduction to the SROI process. Founded on the essentials of SROI theory, it will be focussed on building out an impact map and exploring real life applications and examples. We will also explore SROI methodological issues that will foster the level of understanding of the SROI methodology which is required for accreditation. Current issues in the development of SROI will be discussed, as will emerging best practice, new techniques and use of financial proxies.Although designed with the assurance process in mind, this course is suitable for anyone wanting more than an introduction to SROI and an opportunity to explore the challenges and nuances.

It is recommended that you come to this course with a case study in mind to apply throughout the training.

About the trainers

Simon Faivel is an accredited SROI trainer and practitioner and leads SVA’s work in SROI. Having conducted over 70 SROI projects, Simon brings a wealth of expertise and a depth of knowledge to each course, together with a passion for the subject and an engaging teaching style.

Joining Simon for the Sydney workshops will be accredited SROI practitioner Matt Bevan, Business Partner for Uniting.  In his role at Uniting, Matt is leading the development of a framework for measuring the social value created by Uniting in NSW and ACT.  Matt believes that social impact measurement is achievable for all organisations willing to ‘give it a go’ and his preferred approach is to start simple and strive for incremental improvements over time.

Fee

Fee for the two day course and course materials is $1,200 + GST per participant for non-profit organisations or students, or $1,600 + GST for businesses, government departments or consultants

This includes:

  • Two day seminar delivered by accredited SROI trainer
  • The SROI Guide
  • USB loaded with SROI templates and resources

Booking

Courses will be held over two days from 9.30 am – 4.30 pm.

2018 Dates

  • TBC

 


 

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