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This programme will give you a deeper understanding in to the most common measurement frameworks used to measure and report on Social Value.

Social Value is important because it gets us to think about how our businesses operate, consider how our businesses can add value to society/communities and how our businesses can impact on current issues in society, to improve the planet for future generations.

This programme will explain how Social Value can be measured and reported through the most common measurement frameworks.

  • What is social value?
  • Understanding your impact
  • Social Return on Investment (SROI)
  • National TOMs (NTs)
  • Social Value Model
  • Social Value Reporting
  • Social Value Audit
  • Q&A

Attendees will gain an understanding of the various methods by which social value can be measured and the factors which should be taken in to account through this analysis. Attendees will learn how to put together an account of social value for their organisation (or contract) and best practise case studies of how social accounts can be written.

Please note that participation in the Introduction to Social Value workshop is mandatory prior to attending this workshop. Please head over to this page and register for the session if you have not attended it yet.


Meet your trainers

Nadir Sultan is a Social Value Specialist from GM Business Growth Hub. Prior to his role as a Social Value Specialist, Nadir was working as a Senior Social Value Advisor at The Social Value Portal where he helped to embed the National TOMs framework into local authority procurement across the country. Nadir has vast experience in working with commissioners, procurement teams and businesses to understand, embed and think about social value in their everyday working lives.

Paul Vicario is a Social Value Specialist from the GM Business Growth Hub with 5 years of experience delivering social value support to construction companies. Paul has worked on public sector contracts across the North West and have supported bid writing teams with successful tender submissions.


As this workshop is fully-funded, businesses are subject to funders' eligibility criteria. If your place is confirmed, you will receive an email from us with further details.

  • Greater Manchester Clients only.
  • Sole trader, micro business, small and medium-sized enterprise, or large business.
  • Social enterprises where these engage in economic activity.

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