Plato Training and Consulting
Friday, April 8, 2016 :: 9:30 AM – 4:00 PM
Traditional financial accounting does not reflect how well you are meeting your mission or the impact your work has on the people and community you serve. It becoming increasing more important to be able to express the impact of your work to all stakeholders. Join us in this workshop to learn:
- Different Approaches to Impact Measurement
- What is Social Return on Investment
- How Social Return on Investment can Help You
- Overview on how to Implement an Social Return on Investment Analysis
About the instructor:
Eric Plato is a Chartered Professional Accountant who has worked in the nonprofit sector for over 20 years. He as delivered numerous workshops on budgeting and financial management to the sector. Eric is especially talented at making financial management clear and understandable for the non financial person. In recent years has also supported organizations implement social accounting and processes to measure the social impact of programs and services.
You can check our Eric’s website here.
Regular fee: For one day workshop: $140 plus HST.
Discounted rates: Second and subsequent workshops for the same person; or more than one participant from the same organization: $125 plus HST.
Student rate: $50 plus HST.
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Participants should have completed 4 of the 5 workshops offered within an academic year.
Please complete the online registration form.