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Outcomes Measurement National Workshop Series

9 October 2019 - 1 May 2020

The Centre for Social Impact (CSI) is running a series of two-day interactive Outcomes Measurement Workshops across Australia.

This workshop will:

  • provide you with a background to the relevance and importance of outcomes measurement
  • teach you how to measure and assess your organisation’s impact, and
  • develop your understanding of the difference you’re making and how to report it.

The Outcomes Measurement Workshop is co-facilitated by outcomes measurement expert Professor Paul Flatau, Director of the Centre for Social Impact at UWA (CSI UWA), Lisette Kaleveld, an evaluation specialist with the CSI and Katrina Stratton, non-profit and social research specialist and co-designer/facilitator of the outcomes measurement workshops.

Do you work for a not-for-profit? NFP employees receive a 20% discount on the cost of the workshop using the code is DISCOUNTNFP.
Full ticket cost: $1,650 (gst incl.) | NFP ticket cost: $1,320 (gst incl.)

More information on the Outcomes Measurement Workshop series including facilitators and course materials. 

DATES, LOCATION, REGISTRATION

SYDNEY
Wednesday 9th and Thursday 10th October 2019
UNSW CBD Campus Level 6, Number 1 O'Connell Street, Sydney
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MELBOURNE
Thursday 28th and Friday 29th November 2019
HOLIDAY INN MELBOURNE ON FLINDERS, 575 Flinders Lane
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ADELAIDE
Monday 17th and Tuesday 18th February 2020
Rydges Adelaide, 1 South Tce, Adelaide
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BRISBANE
Thursday 19th and Friday 20th March 2020 
Novotel Southbank, 38 Cordelia St, South Brisbane
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CANBERRA
Thursday 30th April and Friday 1st May 2020
Rydges Capital Hill, 17 Canberra Ave, Forrest
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For any questions or help with registration, please contact Mags Martin via email (margaret.ritchie@uwa.edu.au) or phone (+618 6488 5691).

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WA Social Research Network Conference 2019

29-30 October 2019

The WA Social Research Network was formed in August 2018, to bring together a range of collaborative, funded social research projects with a shared aim of creating positive social change for the WA community. The Network is holding its inaugural conference on 29-30 October 2019 Insights to Action - a unique opportunity for participants from universities, not-for-profit organisations, government and the private sector to draw on insights from robust research to design community solutions.

Day One will be dedicated to providing initial findings and observations from social research projects currently underway in WA, and Day Two a design workshop to apply the insights from day one to collectively develop innovative responses to challenging social issues.

Insights to Action Program

Insights to Action Conference program - click here

Scholarships

There are 13 scholarships available for people from regional and remote areas, including two that are specifically aimed at facilitating the participation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples from regional and remote areas. Scholarships will cover registration and up to $1,200 towards travel and accommodation.

To apply for a regional scholarship, please download and complete the relevant form below and email to WASRN@wanslea.asn.au with the subject line WASRN Conference Regional Scholarship Application.

Application Form for Regional Sponsorship

Application Form for Regional Scholarships - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Applicants

Flyer

Download the WA Social Research Network Conference flyer

The Centre for Social Impact UWA is a partner of the WA Social Research Network.

The WA Social Research Network would like to thank major supporter Lotterywest for enabling this event to happen.

Please email Dr Katrina Stratton kstratton@wanslea.asn.au or Mag Martin margaret.ritchie@uwa.edu.au with any questions.

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  • Event Type: Conference
  • Time: 9 a.m.
  • Location: University Club UWA
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