#2 edition: Social Impact Measurement and Management Online Course

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#2 edition: Social Impact Measurement and Management Online Course
Overview

EVPA and Social Value UK will help you learn how to maximise the impact you are generating. This course is especially designed to support the funders, venture philanthropy organisations and social investors (VPO/SI) in understanding how to measure and manage impact at the portfolio level.

Important message: Due to COVID-19, this course will take place virtually instead of in person. The second online edition of this engaging course is being organised due to high demand. Make sure to secure your seat now!

EVPA and Social Value UK will use their in-depth knowledge of the practice of social impact measurement and management to help you learn how to maximize the impact you are generating. Due to physical and travel restrictions related to COVID-19, we have adapted this training to a virtual course.

The start date of the course will be 23 June beginning with a 3-hour live session from 09:00 - 12:00 (CET). You will gain access to EVPA's Learning Management System (LMS) for this course. The LMS will support participants by providing readings and assignments for an additional 2 hours a week over the course of two weeks in total. Three further live sessions (one of three hours and two sessions of two hours each) will take place on 25 June (09:00-12:00, CET), 30 June (10:00-12:00 CET), and 2 July (10:00-12:00 CET). We will do our best to foster the most interactive and engaging online training, so you can get the most out of this learning experience.

EVPA is happy to offer all participants a 50% discount on the original training fee since the course has been converted into an online training. In addition, all members are entitled to a further discount of 50% and have the opportunity to apply for a scholarship.

This course is especially designed to support investors for impact, both foundations, social impact funds and other types of capital providers, in understanding how to measure and manage impact at the portfolio level.

If you are interested in:

  • understanding and measuring the impact you generate
  • improving your existing impact measurement system without burdening too much your investees/grantees
  • learning how to use the data you collect to take relevant decisions on your day-to-day activity and maximize the use of your resources

and you want to do it by:

  • learning through real-life case studies and group work
  • discussing openly with experienced practitioners
  • sharing challenges and learnings with your peers

then the Social Impact Measurement and Management Training is the course for you!

 

Save the dates of the virtual live sessions in your calendar:

23 June, 25 June from 09:00 to 12:00 (CET) and 30 June, 2 July from 10:00 to 12:00 (CET)

     

     

    Who should attend

    This course is especially relevant for investors for impact such as foundations and social impact funds or in general, capital providers, who are about to set up or are considering improving their impact measurement and management system. Former participants ranged from grant officers and social investors to philanthropy advisors (banking, family offices, etc...), investment managers and social programme managers.

    Prices

    Don’t forget that EVPA members have priority access to the courses and pay 50% of non-members fees.

    • Member fee: 400‚Ǩ
    • Non-member fee: 800‚Ǩ

    Registration and deadlines

    • Registrations: deadline 29/05/2020. You can register here. Places are limited, so be sure to book your place as soon as possible.
    • Scholarships: deadline 27/05/2020. Some scholarships are available for EVPA members who cannot afford the course fee. Please find all the information on how to apply here.


    More information

    Should you have further inquiries, please send an email to trainingacademy@evpa.eu.com

    Download the cancellation policy here.

    Speakers

    Adam Richards

    Adam Richards

    Adam Richards PhD, is Director of Impact at Social Value International leading on international training, projects, and supporting people and organisations around the world to affect change. Before joining Social Value International, he was a Senior Lecturer at Liverpool John Moores University.


    Sara Seganti

    Sara Seganti

    Sara is EVPA's Training Manager. She joined EVPA in 2017 to structure and to further develop the Training Academy activities, after more than ten years working as a project and impact manager, and as a trainer in the social impact field.

    Before, Sara provided secretariat support to the Italian Advisory Board to the Social Impact Investment Taskforce established under the UK's Presidency of the G8. She is today the Secretary General of Social Impact Agenda per l'Italia, the Italian network for impact investing. She is a graduate in political philosophy and holds a master's degree in management of social enterprises from Bocconi Business School.


    Florian Tuder

    Florian Tuder

    Florian joined EVPA in March 2020 as Training Academy Coordinator. He previously worked as project and training manager in Brussels for a European federation of social and health care service providers, and before that as program manager for a foundation in Vienna in the field of intercultural dialogue.

    He holds master's degrees in European Studies (KU Leuven) and Educational Science & Theology (University of Graz, Austria & University of Sibiu, Romania).


    Jeremy Nicholls

    Jeremy Nicholls

    Jeremy Nicholls founded the SROI Network in 2007 with the mission to change the way the world accounts for value. As Chief Executive he was instrumental in developing the network across the globe as well as developing numerous innovative training and assurance and accreditation services. In 2015 when the SROI Network joined with the Social Impact Analysts Association to form Social Value International and Social Value UK, Jeremy became Chief Executive of both organisations. Jeremy stepped down as Chief Executive in June 2018 but remains a committed member of the network.

    He is also a director of the FRC Group (a social business based in Liverpool), a non-executive director of Social Investment Business and a Fellow of Practice of the Government Outcomes Lab at the Blavatnik School of Government. Jeremy also chairs the British Standards Institute's social value subcommittee and is a member of the IRIS advisory committee, the Social Value Taskforce and the Social Stock Exchange admissions panel. He has lectured at several Universities including the Said Business School at Oxford University, Hult International Business School and the University of Western Australia. He originally qualified as a chartered accountant, including time as the Finance Director for Tanzania Railways. In 2004 he set up Urban Strategy associates, an economic development consultancy followed by the BETA Model, an online database of trends in UK business stock and then, with FRC, the Cat's Pyjamas which ran events to promote the value of social enterprise. He has written' There is no business like Social Business' with Liam Black, and worked with others to write a number of SROI guides including, the 'Guide to SROI' and regularly blogs on social value.


    Sarah Hedley

    Sarah Hedley

    Sarah joined the Foundation as Head of Programmes in November 2015. Sarah previously spent six years at New Philanthropy Capital, a think tank and consultancy, advising charities and funders on their strategy and impact. Prior to that, Sarah worked for Intelligent Giving, a website that assessed the transparency and reporting of the top 500 UK charities.


    Shawna Carroll-Wilthien

    Shawna Carroll-Wilthien

    Shawna Carroll-Wilthien joined Fondation CHANEL in April 2017 and currently works as Program Monitoring & Evaluation Officer. She has a bachelor's degree in Interdisciplinary Studies from the University of North Carolina at Asheville and a Master's in International Relations from Sciences Po in Paris. Before joining the Foundation, Shawna spent seven years working in the non-profit sector in France with organizations working on human rights, maternal health, education, and women's empowerment.