A few places are remaining for the upcoming Exploiting Data – Demonstrating Impact training course, being delivered by Heidi Bellamy in Birmingham.
30th October 2018 10am – 4:15pm
The Priory Rooms Bull Street Birmingham B4 6AF
Why should you attend?
Whether trying to win support for your archive or developing a strategic plan it is crucial to use evidence, to compellingly demonstrate the impact of your service; this course will introduce a framework that will help you measure the impact of your work and demonstrate the difference you are making both internally and externally, this will include using data that you already have at your fingertips. The second half of the course will focus on using this approach and other evidence to inform strategic decisions and build an evidence base to advocate for your service and influence decision makers.
This course will introduce a framework that will help you measure the impact of your work/projects and demonstrate the difference you are making.
The second half of the course will focus on using this approach and other evidence to inform strategic decisions and build an evidence base to advocate for your service and influence decision makers.
Who is it for?
This course is for everyone working in the archive sector including, public, independent and voluntary organisations, HE, businesses and all others with an interest in preserving our national heritage, supporting our information economy and strengthening the culture sector.
This course is particularly suited to those who have strategic planning, influencing, direction setting within their job description.
Introduce and explain the Logic Model, so that you have a robust framework you can use to measure the outcomes of your work against.
Understand where you can draw data from and how to use it (CIPFA stats, PSQG data, Google analytics, SCONUL Annual Library Statistics, Taking Part). It will also help you identify which other sources of data are most useful for your organisation.
Give you the confidence to demonstrate value and accountability to your wider organisation, partners, potential funders and the public.
Understand how using an evidence based approach can enhance planning, advocacy and fundraising.
Please bring your corporate or organisational plan and service plan, as these will be useful for the practical exercise linked to the morning session on the Outcomes Framework. You are encouraged to familiarise yourself with this resource in advance.
To be delivered by:
Heidi Bellamy Culture First
Heidi is experienced in strategic planning and policy development, she has an MA in Cultural Leadership and is an Associate Fellow of the School for Social Entrepreneurs. Heidi is also a recognised Shared Service Practitioner SS(PRAC) and is equipped with a range of tools and techniques to drive forward and support collaboration.
Catering: A light lunch will be provided, please let us know of any dietary requirements in advance.