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An Introduction to Impact Measurement Webinar - WCVA

Posted by NSS UK 4 months 1 dagur ago

Thursday 18 July 2019
London
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The An Introduction to Impact Measurement Webinar will be delivered by WCVA and may be useful for voluntary and charity organisations working in adult learning. It will present key aspects of impact measurement and consider what is required to create a measurement framework.


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Time: 14:00-15:00

Date: 18 July 2019

Location: Online

 

Specific areas of focus include:

  • theory of change
  • data types
  • data collection
  • selecting aspects for measurement
  • levels of evidence
  • sourcing more resources

     

The webinar is intended to help organisations to better communicate the work they do to a wider audience and help them to place impact at the heart of what they do. Participants will leave the webinar with an awareness of key concepts behind impact measurement, the tools that can be used to support the development of a measurement framework, and a knowledge of Inspiring Impact and the support the project can provide.

 

Attendees can book online using a link on the webpage, or contact WCVA for more information at help@wcva.org.uk.

Event language(s):
Event type: 
Conference
Attending fee: 
No
Registration deadline: 
18/07/2019
Online event: 
Organised by: 
WCVA
Organiser type: 
Other event
Contact details: 
help@wcva.org.uk; 0300 111 0124
Number of delegates: 
< 100
Target group: 
Adult learning networks & organisations
Theme addressed:
Aims and objectives: 
To enable organisations to understand impact measurement and to develop an impact measurement framework.
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