December 2nd – 3rd, 09:00-17:30
Day 1 is a practical, step-by-step introduction to the Social Value and SROI process. We will begin with some theory, but the process is best learnt by trying it, so candidates will learn how to develop an impact map – the heart of the process – and explore appropriate real life examples.
Day 2 covers in depth, more theoretical issues behind Social Value and SROI including valuation techniques and counterfactuals, as well as discussing examples of best practice at different levels of rigour.
(1) to gain the knowledge and tools necessary to measure and maximize the social value of your activities
(2) to be guided through a step-by-step introduction to Social Value and SROI
(3) to learn theory and policy background information
(4) support in developing an impact map based on your own example and not a standard case study
(5) discussions on best practice at all levels of rigour
(6) introductions to the range of support services we offer including Social Value Self Assessment Tool and Global Value Exchange
(7) to be starting your journey towards accreditation if desired
(1) Students or members and partners of Social Value Taiwan NTD$28,000
(2)Register between Nov. 1st – 15th early-bird NTD$32,000
(3)Register between Nov. 16th – 30th NTD$36,000
Fees includes workshop tuition, lunch and 1-year individual membership of Social Value Taiwan
Dharma Drum Institute of Liberal Arts Degui Campus
Address: No.77, Yanping S. Rd., Jhongjheng District, Taipei City 100, Taiwan (R.O.C.)
Training is facilitated by accredited trainers and SROI practitioners and draws upon the wealth of experience Social Value UK has gained over the last decade.
Tim Goodspeed (Training Manager at Social Value UK)
Tim Goodspeed has been the Training Manager since 2008. He has a background in economic development and social enterprise. He is an experienced trainer and an Accredited Practitioner. Tim is one of the authors of the Guide to SROI and has written and been involved in many SROIs. He is also a member of the Methodology subcommittee and is actively involved in developing and applying SROI.
(2) Facilitators: Social Value Taiwan and PwC Taiwan lecturers
Anyone wishing to become an SROI Accredited Practitioner will need to have attended both days. Day two is more in depth and builds on day one. Training does not guarantee accreditation, but is a necessary step towards becoming an accredited practitioner. Find out more about Social Value & SROI Accreditation
Social Value International
Social Value Taiwan (Joint Member Network of Social Value International and Board Member of Social Value International)
Social Enterprise and Social Innovation Program, Dharma Drum Institute of Liberal Arts
Center of Media and Social Impact, National Central University
Dharma Drum Institute of Liberal Arts
Elaine Harrison, London Borough of Bromley
“Excellent course! Very rigorous and checked understanding frequently. I now realise the importance of stakeholder participation with regards to data recording and collection.” Kevin McCann, Magenta “Good training with participative delivery, the style made possibly difficult topics palatable!”
Louisa Day, Fundraising Central
“The course was fantastic. I knew I was going to enjoy it but I didn’t realise how much. I really feel that this approach is exactly what everyone should be doing!”
UK SROI Accredited Practitioner Website http://socialvalueint.org/our-work/accredited-pracitioners/
If you need assistance, please contact Katherine Liu +886-3-422-7151 ext.66020
+886 – 3 – 4227151 EXT. 66020
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