Charities are constantly being asked to demonstrate what difference they are making, not just what they are delivering. Good impact reporting can show funders how resources are utilised and highlight what changes an organisation has made on society. Impact results can also inspire your staff, volunteers and trustees. However, many voluntary organisations struggle to know what should be measured and how to include this information in reports. This course aims to demystify impact measurement and reporting. It will be interactive and you will have the opportunity of discussing your reporting needs as part of the course.
What will I learn?
- The language of impact and its measurement
- To align impact measurement with strategy and objectives
- Practical tips to collect and analyse data for reporting
- To discuss good examples of impact reporting and apply learning to your organisation
- Be more confident about how to measure results of your projects
Shirin Welham has over 30 years’ business experience in the private, public and voluntary sector, influencing business and voluntary sector leaders, creating strategies for growth for the benefit of society.
Prior to setting up as consultant, Shirin worked as Business in the Community’s Head of Community Impact for the South East. She led a team developing and delivering education, employee volunteering and employability programmes across eight counties, establishing 25 business and school’s partnerships impacting 23,000 students and 82 volunteer led projects with community partners benefitting 51,000 citizens.
Shirin started her career in marketing for Unilever, SmithKline Beecham, Pepsi Cola and Cola-Cola, internationally.
Benefits to you
This course will give you practical tips and tools to develop your project impact assessment.
Who should attend?
Anyone who wants to learn more about impacts, outcome measurement and its dissemination. It’s particularly useful if you are responsible for managing and reporting to funders and trustees, or are running a funded project.
Monday 29th January 2018
9.45am arrival for tea, coffee and networking for a 10am start. The workshop will finish by 1pm.
£70 per person for OCVA Members
£80 per person from a charitable organisation who are not OCVA members
£95 per person from a non-charitable organisation
Oxford Office Furniture Training Suite
There is no parking available, although we are able to provide parking for disabled delegates. Our venue is serviced with good transport links, if you are driving you may wish to take advantage of the Park and Ride services located at Redbridge, Pear Tree or Oxford Thornhill. Alternatively you can park in one of the City Centre car parks such as Gloucester Green, Oxpens, Oxford Train Station or Worcester Street.
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Telephone: 01865 251946
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|OCVA Members pay £70.00 GBP|
|Charitable organisations who are not OCVA members pay £80.00 GBP|
|Non-charitable Rate pay £95.00 GBP|