San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
MAKING DATA COUNT: Introduction to measuring impact
Join Creative Training Hub and Mapify as we navigate our way round the theory of change and identify the key steps in measuring social impact.
Collating data and proving the impact of your work is becoming increasingly important, particularly for those organisations seeking to secure funding and investment. This workshop provides an opportunity for project managers and those working in the community, arts and cultural industries to measure the impact of their work.
During this interactive and engaging workshop you will share ideas and establish best practice in effective impact measurement. You will also look at how to apply the theory of change model to your specific projects.
Making data count will provide you with the tools and techniques to:
- develop your understanding of social impacts
- identify and plan the key steps in measuring impact
- explore the various ways to map your project outcomes
- use evaluation data to influence strategy.
The workshop assumes little or no knowledge of theory of change and impact measurement practice. This event is aimed at project managers, those working in community organisations, the arts and cultural industries.
Kemi Bamidele is the founding Director of Creative Training Hub and freelance Project Manager. She has spent her career working as a researcher, course programmer and project manager in the public sector, corporate and creative industries. Kemi is also a fellow of the School for Social Entrepreneurs and Royal Society of the Arts. She holds a BA Hons. in Arts Management and Business Law, Certificate in Personel Development and Post Graduate Marketing Diploma with the Chartered Institute of Marketing.
Alex Pielak and Tilley Harris of Voist Ltd will also share their experience of working with the New Economics Foundation on the Mapify Church Street Regeneration and Community Project.
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Creative Training Hub
Creative Training Hub is a social enterprise. We offer one-day training events to arts and cultural organisations and also provide creative learning opportunities to meet the needs of the local community. Our work spans from delivering projects to children and young people to working in partnership on social innovation and regeneration projects.