Non UK Practitioner Training
|14-15 May 2019||Canada||SiMPACT||720 Bathurst St, Toronto||For more information or to book, please contact Mary at SiMPACT.|
|4-5th June 2019||Canada||SiMPACT||TBA Calgary||For more information or to book, please contact Mary at SiMPACT.|
Our training partners
Social Value UK work with partners around the world to deliver our Social Value and SROI Practitioner training.
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 Business Academy, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
The training is delivered by Adam Richards.
Social Value UK regularly run training in Amsterdam with training partners Sinzer. The main trainers are Adam Richards, Projects Research & Training Manager of Social Value UK, and Marlon van Dijk, managing director of Sinzer.
SiMPACT Strategy Group, 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.
Social Ventures Australia, Australia and New Zealand
Training is delivered by Simon Faivel, 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.
Think Impact, 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?