East Belfast Impact: What Difference Do We Make and How to Measure It

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12 June 2018 -
9:30am to 1:30pm

Are you increasingly being asked about your group’s impact or outcomes? What does it all mean? This session will unpack what the language of impact and outcomes means – and it will look at ways you can measure the difference your group or organisation makes so that you can capture all that good work.

This half-day course is for anyone in a voluntary or community group or organisation in East Belfast who wants to develop a clearer understanding of concepts such as “impact” and “outcomes”, so that you can build impact measurement into what you do. It is particularly useful for anyone involved in reporting to funders or writing funding applications. The session will explore:

  • What is meant by “impact”?
  • What is meant by “outcomes”?
  • Practical tools and approaches you can use to measure the difference you make.

The course will begin with tea, coffee and scones at 9.30am for a 10am start, and will close with a light lunch at 1pm.

We recommend that you consider signing up for the follow-up session (Using Social Media to Communicate your Impact which will be held on 19 June).  

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