We continually assess the impact of our training. We receive feedback from every participant about our training and they often tell us it takes time to process what they’ve learned. Throughout a training session our trainers give bespoke advice to each participant. The advice could be as simple as making eye contact with your audience or just taking that moment to smile. These seemingly small improvements can make a world of difference, whether you’re in a job interview, giving a presentation or make a speech that people will really remember.
Last year, the Institute for Voluntary Action Research (IVAR) was commissioned to carry out an evaluation of training on Jack Petchey’s “Speak Out” Challenge! programme. The results came from focus groups with young people who had recently participated in the programme and from interviews with teachers.
They were asked:
1. What do young people gain from participating in the “Speak Out” Challenge?
2. Do schools think the programme is useful and/or valuable?
– 93% of young people thought the training should be part of the curriculum
– 96% of teachers want to continue running the programme
– 90% of teachers thought students were able to better express themselves
– 90% of teachers thought students were more confident in group discussions after training
– 83% of young people believe the skills learned would help them when applying for and getting a job
We hear the term ‘social investment’ a lot these days – which can be confusing. In a nutshell, social investment is the provision of finance to third sector organisations that offer a social return. In practice, the benefits of social investment can be much wider.
Check out this helpful video the government have made a video to explain all…
We are a successful, socially enterprising charity that delivers its charitable mission through quality cost effective training. We have built up long standing relationships with funders and philanthropists and social investors. We are always excited about new opportunities to train more people.
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Trustees’ Report & Financial statements
The Trustees’ Report and financial statements are prepared on an annual basis. They give an overview of the charity’s financial performance and position as well as outlining the charity’s key achievements and activities in the year. The accounts are prepared in accordance with applicable reporting standards and are subject to a full audit.
Trustees’ Report & Audited Accounts 2013/14
Trustees’ Report & Audited Accounts 2012/13
Trustees’ Report & Audited Accounts 2011/12
Trustee’s Report & Audited Accounts 2010/11
Trustee’s Report & Audited Accounts 2009/10
Very informative and also very fun and surprisingly relaxed. A great fit for the kind of public speaking we do at NPC.
New Philanthropy Capital
Top Ten Tips
2) Eye Contact
Make regular eye contact with your audience, you will appear more confident and engaged with what you are talking about. But try not to stare at them.
The American School in London
Aberdeenshire Voluntary Action
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