Date: 28 Nov 2023
Impact Evaluation Masterclass
An organisation which can use its data effectively will be able to tell a compelling story of relevance and success to potential funders, supporters and stakeholders. Impact evaluation does not have to be expensive and can be done on a shoestring by putting a few systems in place. Every social enterprise collects information, and often, an evaluation can be carried out, using just the information you are collecting anyway.
- What data do you currently collect?
- What is an outcome versus an output?
- What are you trying to impact?
- How will you ascertain how impactful your activities are?
- Who oversees collecting the data?
- Who oversees interpreting the data?
- What data might you need, to answer the questions you have got about your impact?
Tuesday, 28th November 2023
Melbourne, Sydney, Hobart, Canberra: 12noon to 1:15pm
Adelaide: 11:30am to 12:45pm
Brisbane: 11:00am to 12:15pm
Darwin: 10.30am to 11.45am
Perth: 9:00am to 10:15am
Please note, places for this training are strictly limited.
FREE for Institute of Community Directors Australia (ICDA) members.
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Meet the trainer:
Jon Staley | Trainer, governance and community leadership
BA (Hons), DipEd, Certificate IV (Training and Assessment), Dip Gov, FICDA
Jon has a background as a teacher, trainer, social entrepreneur, filmmaker and writer. He began his career teaching at Melbourne's Northland Secondary College, where in 2000 he was awarded the Peter Clarke Teaching for Reconciliation Award based on his work with the Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal community at the school. He spent several years being mentored by and working alongside Gunditjmara artist and filmmaker Richard Frankland and together they developed a cross-cultural education program, Planting Seeds, which shone a light on the invisible load that Aboriginal communities in Australia have carried in the wake of colonisation.
In 2008 Jon founded the not-for-profit youth media social enterprise Youthworx, which uses creative and commercial media to work with young people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, and he led the organisation until 2020 when he joined Our Community.
Jon has been teaching ICDA’s acclaimed Diploma of Governance since 2020:
- Undertake the roles and responsibilities of a board member
- Review and apply the organisation’s constitution
- Maintain and protect cultural values in the organisation
- Communicate with community stakeholders
- Conduct organisational strategic planning
- Monitor organisational finances
- Seek and apply for funding opportunities
- Lead and manage organisational change
- Manage recruitment, selection and induction processes
- Communicate with influence
- Manage board or committee and organisational conflict
- Undertake negotiations
What's an online interactive?
ICDA's online interactive sessions are for those who want to attend an online session, with all the joys of meeting in person!
Participants are invited to have their cameras and microphones on and communicate with our ICDA trainer as well as other participants. Be prepared for breakout rooms!
Viewers watch a remote presentation on their own screens at a set broadcast time.