Social Value Canada Announces Dates for SROI (Social Return on Investment) Training

May 1, 2018 12:55 PM ET

CALGARY, Canada, May 1, 2018 /3BL Media/ - May 30-31, 2018 in Calgary and June 13-14, 2018 in Toronto, join Social Value Canada for SROI Accreditation training. The course is a requirement for all individuals seeking accreditation by the SROI International Network.

Over two days, this course offers a step-by-step introduction to the SROI process. Day is focussed on impact map development, drawing upon real life applications and examples brought forward by participants. The training offers many opportunities to explore methodological issues in order to prepare practitioners for accreditation.

"Interest in how to value social impact is increasing in every sector. Program planners, front line staff, communicators and senior leaders all have a need for knowledge of how social value is created and can be maximized," says Stephanie Robertson, CEO of Social Value Canada. "This course is essential for anyone seeking to acquire and apply that knowledge."

Are you an evaluator interested in adding SROI to your toolbox? A senior leader charting an organizational course? A program manager, planner or communicator focussed on effectiveness? Join us for SROI Accreditation training.

To register for either Calgary or Toronto, or for further information, please contact: Mary Kazyas at (403) 444-5683 ext. 0 or


About Social Return on Investment (SROI)

Social Return on Investment or SROI, is a system of accounting for all of the social and environmental value of your activities. Applying SROI to your work can have a range of benefits - from demonstrating impact in a clear and transparent way, to improving service delivery, winning contracts and tenders, to being acountable to stakeholders. SROI helps maximize the potential of an organization's social value.

About Social Value Canada 

Social Value Canada aspires to:

  • Be the social value hub for Canada - a network that brings people together to share ideas, experiences and methodologies
  • Be the place to access training to assess and value impact; and 
  • Share relevant resources on social impact measurement in Canada and around the world.

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