If you are running music projects/programmes with children and young people and want to better understand the impact of your work, this workshop aims to demystify the basics of impact evaluation.
Wednesday 2nd December 2020
This workshop aims to demystify the basics of impact evaluation. Sound Connections will cover:
- Why evaluate?
- Theory of Change and Outcomes frameworks
- Planning and designing tools for collecting data
- Good practice with evaluation implementation
- Basics of analysing data
- Constructing your report
The course will be interactive and task-based, so bring a laptop (if you have one) for a practical activity.
Who is it for?
Organisations and individuals starting out with impact measurement or who want to refresh their knowledge of impact measurement:
- Project managers in music/arts
- Community music and arts organisation staff
- Music Education Hub leaders
- Early years music practitioners
Whatever your level of knowledge and understanding Sound Connections will aim to tailor the content to meet your needs.
What will you get out of the session?
- Knowledge, skills and understanding of how to evaluate music projects
- Opportunity to share ideas and get feedback on your own project/organisation evaluation
- Templates and tools for evaluation planning
Run by Jennifer Raven and Abi DAmore. Find out more and register interest on the website.
Tea and coffee will be provided but bring your own lunch. Sound Connections training courses are subsidised by funding from Youth Music and the Rachel Baker Charitable Trust.
Cost: £30 Freelancer/individual; £50 organisations with an annual turnover of less than £250k; £80 organisations with an annual turnover of more than £250k
Booking now open.