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Safeguarding created on Dec 23, 2016
Guidance on writing a safeguarding policy
Pay created on Dec 19, 2016
An example pay policy.
Example theory of change created on Dec 08, 2016
Use this example to help you create your own theory of change.
Examples of Planning Triangles created on Dec 08, 2016
Take a look at these examples to help you design your own Planning Triangle.
Examples of monitoring and evaluation frameworks created on Dec 07, 2016
These examples can help you build your own framework.
Costing an evaluation created on Dec 06, 2016
You’ve decided you need an evaluation. You’ve worked out the focus, purpose, questions you want it to answer and how stakeholders will be involved. Now you need to consider the budget.
Writing an evaluation brief created on Dec 06, 2016
When commissioning an evaluation, it is essential to write an evaluation brief. This is a short document – perhaps two to four sides of A4 – which can be sent to any consultants being asked to bid for the work.
Evaluation for funders and commissioners created on Dec 05, 2016
Good practice in monitoring and evaluation for funders.
Measuring your impact created on Nov 30, 2016
Evidence the difference you make. Learn about the different tools and techniques available, and how to choose an approach for your organisation.
Planning your impact and evaluation created on Nov 25, 2016
Understanding the issue you want to address in your work, and identifying the difference you want to make, are important first steps for impact measurement and evaluation.
Identify the difference you want to make created on Nov 25, 2016
Planning tools help you articulate your intended outcomes (changes or benefits that happen as a result of your work) and impact (broad or longer-term effects of your work).
Decide what to measure created on Nov 25, 2016
Developing an evaluation framework helps you to clarify what information you might need in order to evidence your story of change and to describe your impact.
Understand the issue you want to address created on Nov 25, 2016
Understanding the issues experienced by individuals or organisations you want to work with, people you want to influence, or environments you want to affect change in is the starting point for impact planning.
Engaging with your PCC created on Nov 18, 2016
In this section we set out a five step practical plan for how voluntary organisations can engage with their local PCC. We recommend you read the ‘About police and crime commissioners’ section before using the plan as it includes important information about how PCCs operate and the key bodies they work with.
How police and crime commissioners operate and their main responsibilities created on Nov 18, 2016
This section explains how PCCs operate and their main responsibilities. We recommend you read this section before moving onto the 'Engaging with your PCC' page.
Campaigning scenarios created on Nov 15, 2016
Examples to illustrate how CC9 campaigning rules work in practice
Is my campaign within the law? created on Nov 15, 2016
Working with local compacts created on Nov 07, 2016
A guide to implementing local Compact agreements between voluntary organisations and local authorities, health services, and government departments.
A trustee's role and responsibilities created on Nov 03, 2016
This practical four-part course will introduce you to the key aspects and responsibilities of any trustee role.
Outcome indicators for mentoring and befriending projects created on Oct 31, 2016
Capturing aspects of mentoring and befriending - usually self-reported measures like anxiety.