The Social Audit Network (SAN) is a not-for-profit organisation which facilitates the exchange of information and experience between practitioners of social accounting and audit in the social economy and voluntary sectors.
SAN is running a two-day Workshop, at The Workspace in Wolverhampton, is aimed at anyone who is interested in improving their business practices and finding out more about social accounting and audit as a way of measuring social value and being accountable to clients, investors, funders and commissioners.
The SAN methodology is particularly relevant for organisations that operate in the social economy – voluntary, community, social enterprises, SMEs wishing to develop a purposeful business and public sector organisations wanting to be more accountable for social value.
The Workshop is also useful for people who are working to advise and support others around social value and impact.
The Workshop will go through the social accounting and audit process in detail to show participants how to produce a social report based on Social Audit Network (SAN) principles.
Participants will become familiar with the Four Step SAN Social Accounting and Audit process and the resource materials in the manual and on the CD.
• to improve business/organisational performance
• to be able to produce a set of social accounts in one’s own organisation, ready for audit
• to be able to assist others in the process
The fee for the workshop is £375 (£350 for those who have copies of the SAN PIA Guide) which includes refreshments, lunch and training materials for both days, as well as a copy of the SAN Guide to Social Accounting and Audit and a USB Stick.
As an extra to the training, SAN will provide Post Training Support to help you get started on preparing your first set of social accounts if you book by Friday, 15 September.
For more information contact Sean Smith firstname.lastname@example.org