This interactive workshop is for charities who want to evaluate their work and measure their impact, but have limited resources. How do you decide what to evaluate and measure? What constitutes a proportionate and meaningful way to evaluate in your project or service?
During the workshop we will discuss why charities want to understand their impact, why we need measurement, the different types of evidence standards, and how you can decide what type of measurement is proportionate and meaningful for your charity. We will look at how a theory of change can help you decide on measurement priorities, and the five types of data you could collect.
With a maximum of 12 delegates the workshop will be interactive, and there will be plenty of space and opportunity to ask your questions. The workshop will ask:
Why should we evaluate?
Why do we want to understand our impact?
Why do we need measurement?
Different types of evidence standards
Proportionate evaluation approach
Using a theory of change
Which evidence to collect?
A limited number of bursary places are available for small charities, ethnic minority charities of all sizes and ethnic minority representatives from charities of all sizes. Bursary spaces are available on a first come, first served basis. Email us to apply for our bursary places.
We are also actively working to improve the accessibility of our online and in-person events. As part of our commitment, for all online events we use live closed captions and upload the recordings to YouTube which has the capability to select subtitles. For in-person events we strive to use accessible venues.
If you have any additional accessibility requirements that we can assist with, please email us.
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