This masterclass is for individuals keen to gain a better understanding of how to measure and prove the social value of their organisation. Particularly tailored to management level workers or project managers, or those developing business plans and funding bids.
An overview session for cultural practitioners wanting to build their confidence in evaluating the social impact of their programmes. This masterclass explores methods for and applications of meaningful social impact measurement, including:
- Defining social value
- Designing evaluation
- Effective use of frameworks and models
- When to use qualitative, quantitative and creative approaches
- When to use creative approaches
- Involving users and beneficiaries in evaluation
- Delivering engaging reporting and dissemination
Lucie Fitton, Head of Learning & Participation
Lucie has worked in engagement, training and learning roles of over 20 years, 15 within the cultural sector; she has key expertise in evaluation, participatory practice, youth and community engagement.
Penny Mills, Cheif Consulting Officer
Penny has considerable experience working with cultural organisations and consortia to convert evidence and insight into effective audience development.
Our 3-hour Masterclasses are focused sessions in which you will both learn and participate. Guidance and insights from our experts are provided in an interactive session in which you will have the opportunity to consider and discuss your own individual situations.
Date: Thursday 10 September 2020, 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Cost: £95 per person
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