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Impact Measurement – A One Day Workshop

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torbay-community-development-trust-logoWant to know how to demonstrate the difference your community organisation is making and help design an impact measurement tool for groups across Torbay?

This one day workshop will:

  •  look at why it is important to measure outcomes
  •  help you to establish how your activities meet your goals
  •  provide tips on how your organisation can easily collect data
  • give examples of ways to evaluate the work you do
  • provide the basis for a ‘Torbay Tool’ to help community groups across Torbay demonstrate their social impact

Impact Measurement Toolkit Workshop Programme

Purpose: To bring together TDCT staff, volunteers and Torbay VCS beneficiaries to co-design an Impact Measurement toolkit to be used by TCDT and voluntary and community organisation across Torbay

An Introduction to:

  • Developing a theory of change for your organisation
  • Identifying beneficiaries
  •  Deciding themes of potential impact
  •  How to involve stakeholders
  •  Scoping outcomes
  •  Drawing up a list of indicators
  •  How to produce survey questions
  •  Collecting data
  •  Data analysis
  • Data protection ethics
  •  Developing a Torbay Framework of Impact Measurement

Date: Friday 17th April 2015

Venue: To be confirmed

Workshop by: Jacqui Wolstenholme and Sarah Taragon Associates from South West Forum

Please contact [email protected] to book a place!

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Robert Haylor has 14 years of web development experience, starting out as a web developer whilst still in his university dorm room at Birmingham City University. With a background and a strong interest in website design & development he is skilled in a variety of programming languages including PHP, MySQL, CSS3 and HTML5. As Managing Director of Boost Digital Media, he regularly jumps on to client projects on a daily basis as well as ensuring the company strategy is being implemented and is delivering results.

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