Impact and Learning Peer to Peer Support
Please note that due to current restrictions as a result of COVID-19, this peer-to-peer group will initially meet online via Zoom.
What is a Peer-to-peer group?
A Peer-to-peer group is a facilitated group of individuals who are all at a similar stage in their business or organisation.
What can I expect from the Peer to Peer Group?
Over the course of these sessions, participants will consider all aspects of evaluation, from context and aims of their organisation, through understanding the work they do, right down to feedback and outcomes evaluation. The programme will be aimed at participants developing an understanding of their own work, and where their current strengths and weaknesses are in evaluation through a workbook and reflection. The sessions are an opportunity to share learning and insights, as well as work through challenges.
Who is it for?
These sessions will be aimed at any organisations with a strong focus on social impact who are serious about embedding high-quality impact evaluation practice into their work
Terms & Conditions
You must have already incorporated your business or registered with HMRC to be eligible, and we will ask you to complete a short questionnaire upon registration to assess compatibility and suitability. You may receive a phone call as part of the application process. Groups are limited to a maximum of 10 participants.
By registering for this event you are committing fully to the programme and understand the requirements outlined below:
Attending each of the 6 sessions on the following dates:
Wednesday 27th May 9-11 am
Wednesday 10th June 9-11 am
Wednesday 24th June 9-11 am
Wednesday 8th July 9-11 am
Wednesday 22nd July 9-11 am
Wednesday 5th August 9-11 am
Preparing for the session following the workbook provided
Scheduling catch ups in your own time with your programme buddy
Giving Oxford Hub feedback on how the programme is progressing. This includes:
- A short survey immediately after the programme finishes.
- A short follow up phone call scheduled in after 3 months of completion of the programme
Finally, we are aware that when working on impact evaluation data confidentiality and safeguarding is a key concern for organisations. By taking part you understand the need for confidentiality of information raised by peers in the sessions, and that you are responsible for complying with your organisation’s own data protection and safeguarding policies.
Oxford Hub is one of six social enterprise Hubs partnering with the eScalate programme. It specialises in community-led change tackling a range of social and environmental issues.
They are currently delivering Oxford Together, their Covid-19 volunteer programme.
For more information about the eScalate programme , visit www.oxfordshirelep.com/escalate
Please note that this course is part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).