Certificate in Social Impact Analysis
A one-day course and certification program proudly presented by The Social Impact Management Association in association with the Social Sector Management Program
Saturday, March 14, 2015
9:00 am â€“ 5:00 pm
Executive Dining Room,
Schulich School of Business
Refreshments and lunch will be provided
Regular Price: $249
Student Price: $99
Limited Spaces Available - Register Now!
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Participate in this one-day course following the principles for effective social impact analysis that have been drafted by the Social Impact Analysts Association Skills and Competencies Working Group and learn the fundamentals of Social Impact Analysis. All participants who complete the course will receive a certificate from The Schulich School of Business.
This unique opportunity willâ€¦
- Equip managers with the foundation necessary to understand and interpret social impact data and analysis in both for-profit and not-for-profit settings
- Emphasize theoretical concepts that underpin social impact measurement and reporting
- Introduce the leading qualitative and quantitative approaches to social impact measurement and reporting
- Provide enduring knowledge that can be used to critically evaluate proposals and reports, even as the methods themselves evolve
About the Instructor:
Kate Ruff is a PhD Candidate at the Schulich School of Business, York University. Her research explores the howâ€™s and whyâ€™s of accounting in social capital markets with an emphasis on charitiesâ€™ accounting of social results. She is a founding member and current board member of the Social Impact Analysts Association (SIAA) Canada and a member of the SIAA Skills and Competencies Working Group. She holds an MSc in Social Policy from the London School of Economics, a B. Comm from McGill University.
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