Wales Arts Health and Well-being Network is working with the Bangor University Social Value Hub to deliver Social Value training workshops in North and South Wales on 11 September and 2 October 2019. Learn how to measure the costs, benefits and value created by arts and health interventions.
In a climate of limited budgets and structural reform of local authorities, it is necessary to gain more understanding of what people value when deciding how to allocate resources.
Traditional cost-effectiveness evaluation methods may not capture the full value of activities such as art initiatives that aim to improve health and wellbeing, as the benefits can be hard to quantify and can affect not just the person taking part but also the people in their wider network.
Social return on investment (SROI) analysis is a framework which seeks to establish the broader social value generated by an initiative through evaluating its impact on the economy, the environment and its people.
This workshop will give an overview of what social value is and why it is important to measure the costs, benefits and value created by interventions; followed by a guide to the steps involved in conducting an SROI analysis using case studies and interactive groupwork exercises. The training will be delivered by Ned Hartfiel, Carys Jones and Eira Winrow from the Bangor University Social Value Hub.
Wednesday 11 September, 10:00 am – 1:00 pm
Big Pit National Coal Museum, Blaenavon, Torfaen
Wednesday 2 October, 10:00 am – 1:00 pm
Ardudwy Meeting Room, Ardudwy Building, Bangor University
Cost: £35 organisations/local authorities/health boards; £25 freelance practitioners
Limited spaces, early booking recommended.
Bookings and further information: http://engage.org/happenings/social-value-training-half-day-workshop/