Join us on 29-30 January for the National Social Value Conference 2020 - Time to Act. It’s been almost exactly 7 years since the Social Value Act was implemented in
Join us on 29-30 January for the National Social Value Conference 2020 – Time to Act.
It’s been almost exactly 7 years since the Social Value Act was implemented in January 2013. Much has changed since then but still many organisations are still struggling to implement the requirements of the Act with over 55% of councils not having a social value policy. Central government is also behind the curve, although this seems to be about to change with the results of extensive consultation due in Autumn 2019 and a requirement for all central government departments to ‘account for social value’.
The good news is that real leadership is emerging across all sectors with the innovators delivering more value for their communities. This includes more local spend, more jobs for local people, better skills, less crime, healthier communities and more volunteering – better value for communities.
If you’re on the fence, it’s time to shake off your inertia; it’s Time to Act and make sure your communities do not lose out.
The National Social Value Conference 2020 will bring together professionals from across the public, private and third sectors to share what works (and what doesn’t), explore new ways of thinking and promote more collaboration and innovation to deliver more for our communities.
29 (Wednesday) 1:00 am - 30 (Thursday) 1:00 am
etc Venues, St Pauls
200 Aldersgate Street
Social Value Taskforce
Together with Social Value UK we offer the official SROI Practitioner Training. Social Return on Investment (SROI) is an approach to understand and manage the value of social, economic and
Together with Social Value UK we offer the official SROI Practitioner Training. Social Return on Investment (SROI) is an approach to understand and manage the value of social, economic and environmental outcomes created by an activity or an organization. It is based on a set of principles that are applied within a framework. SROI seeks to include the values of people that are often excluded from markets in the same terms as used in markets, that is money, in order to give people a voice in resource allocation decisions. SROI is a framework to structure thinking and understanding. It’s a story not a number. The story should show how you understand the value created, manage it and can prove it.This training is suitable for anyone wanting more than just an introduction to SROI. After successful participation you will receive an official certificate from Social Value International which is a necessary step towards becoming an accredited practitioner. Request more information about the course, trainers, costs and why you should participate!
11 (Tuesday) 1:00 am - 12 (Wednesday) 1:00 am