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ACSEP Training Programme: Social Impact Measurement
In this training series, ACSEP discusses and demonstrates approaches for social impact measurement.
During each session, ACSEP introduces an approach that can be used for programme planning, monitoring and evaluating social impact. The training sessions are accessible to practitioners with limited experience in social impact assessment, but are also interesting for experienced practitioners that want to learn new approaches in assessing their impact. The sessions are valuable for practitioners from a wide variety of social service organisations, ranging from social entrepreneurs and impact investors to foundations, charities and government agencies. Each session teaches participants skills that can be put into practice directly.
Session 1: The Logical Framework
Session 2: Theories of Change
Session 3: Key Impact Indicators
Session 4: Control Groups and Counterfactual Thinking
Measuring & Improving the Impact of Social Organisations
This two-day programme focus on the design, implementation, and evaluation of strategies for the delivery of social goods and services through non- and for- profit organisations (impact investees). It considers issues from the perspective of the organisations themselves, government contractors, and philanthropists who are either donors or investors.
The sessions are taught through a mixture of lectures, discussions and in-class exercises to allow participants to design and evaluate strategies. Through case study simulations, participants will be challenged to make the major decisions taken by managers, philanthropists, and investors.
- Business Professionals
- Representatives from Corporate Foundations
- Impact Investors
- Government Agencies
- NGO/Non-Profit Leaders
NUS ACSEP – SEA Executive Program: Designing and Planning Your Social Enterprise-Level 1
This two-part workshop, jointly conducted by NUS ACSEP and Social Enterprise (SE) Association, teaches participants on how to launch a social enterprise in Singapore.
- Understand the current landscape of the social enterprise sector in Singapore and know how your social enterprise fits in
- Clarify assumptions on personal goals and social impact using a Theory of Change analysis
- Dissect social enterprise using the SE Patterns Canvas – identifies gaps in business models and social impact strategies
- Review local social enterprise case studies
This practical and interactive workshop introduces participants with a rigorous SE planning process and know-how in designing successful social enterprises.
NUS ACSEP – SEA Executive Programme: Implementing and Managing Your Social Enterprise – Level 2
This two-part workshop, jointly conducted by NUS ACSEP and Social Enterprise (SE) Association, teaches participants on how to launch social enterprises in Singapore.
- Review action plan from Level 1 workshop
- Communicate social impact effectively to funders and stakeholders
- Evaluate funding ecosystem for social enterprises in Singapore
- Review case studies on implementation challenges
- Introduce ongoing support mechanisms available from SE Association
Philanthropic Psychology: The Psychological Science of Giving
This workshop introduces the latest findings in philanthropic psychology by using new thinking and evidence to inspire innovative practices. It explains how moral identity, family and friends networks, donor identity and communal relationship formation influences giving. It examines field experiments where ideas created fundraising uplift of 10%-30% with no additional cost, and reviews donors surveys where giving has been shown to shape one’s sense of who they are and how they relate to a non-profit.
Advanced philanthropic psychology concepts are covered in these sessions, and hands-on exercises are provided to help understand and apply these concepts in fundraising communications with donors. Participants are encouraged to bring copies of their donor communications to discuss how academic research might be applied to modify fundraising communications.
Fundraising staff, board members and volunteers who have direct interaction with donors, in particular those dealing with principal and major gifts. This session is also useful for staff in development offices who are overseeing communication with donors and related stakeholders.
For enquiries on future and customised programmes, email us at email@example.com and we’ll contact you within 2-3 business days.