This workshop series explores methods for and applications of meaningful social impact measurement.


This workshop series 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 workshop explores methods for and applications of meaningful social impact measurement, including:

  • When to use qualitative or quantitative methods
  • Using a range of existing frameworks
  • Involving users and beneficiaries in evaluation
  • Commissioning an impact study


This session consists of 3 webinar sessions, each 1.5 hours long, taking place over 3 weeks. Each session will have the feel of a workshop and may involve takeaway activities and supplemental reading.

Included in the ticket price is for each participant up to one individual 40 minute mentoring call on this topic with an expert. Please note that these mentoring calls will be arranged at times to suit individuals once the series has begun.

The 3 webinar sessions for this series will take place on the following dates...

  • Tuesday 16 June 2020, 14:00 PM - 15:30 PM
  • Tuesday 23 June 2020, 14:00 PM - 15:30 PM
  • Tuesday 30 June 2020, 14:00 PM - 15:30 PM

Cost: £250 per person

Please inquire about group discounts if you would like to purchase multiple tickets for one organisation. For further information about the event and pricing, email

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About the Data For... series:

Data For... is a series of diverse, highly practical workshops designed to help a wide range of cultural professionals to make more and better use of evidence and data in their work.

Other workshop titles include:

  • Data For... Digital Marketing
  • Data For... Decision Making
  • Data For... Touring
  • Data For... Evaluation

Find out more about the whole series and other workshop topics that are available here.

For further information and queries, please get in touch with Louise Kenny at