Impact Evaluation training October 2017

BARN is putting on a series of free training sessions over the next few months. The first training session is on ‘Impact Evaluation’.

Impact Evaluation helps charities and community organisations demonstrate the value of their work and provide evidence of need for funders and external stakeholders.
This training has been arranged for Wednesday 4th October in Bromsgrove from 0945 to 1245.

This session will discuss the key benefits of good evaluation, and introduce some practical steps for using impact evaluation to strengthen the day-to-day work of your organisation.

Learning Outcomes for the Session: –

  • I will know what an impact evaluation is (and what it is not);
  • I will understand the benefits that good impact evaluation can have for everyone involved in my organisation, including trustees, staff, volunteers and beneficiaries;
  • I will understand how to construct an Impact Evaluation Plan, including:
    • What the jargon really means;
    • How to choose between the different ways of gathering evidence of impact;
    • Being able to identify how evaluation will help to improve the day-to-day experience of the people involved in my organisation.

This session will be facilitated by Peter Rose and Cate Rose from Tiller Research Ltd. Based in Redditch, Tiller Research has a great deal of experience in supporting community groups, local not-for-profit organisations and national charities.

If you wish to book please email office@barn.org.uk or phone 01527 60282.

Priority will be given to organisations based in Redditch and Bromsgrove as these sessions are funded by Bromsgrove District Council and Redditch Borough Council.

There are limited places and booking will be handled on a first come first served basis.

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