David Gyarmati provides an overview of several important types of social impacts that should be considered when evaluating skills training and adult learning initiatives. In reviewing two of SRDC’s ground-breaking demonstration projects, Mr. Gyarmati illustrates not only the most effective ways to measure social impacts but how to monetize these effects as part of a study of a cost-benefit analysis and study of social returns. Several innovative methods for monetizing both tangible and intangible social impacts are covered.
Published: June 2013
Capability: Knowledge Mobilization/ Workshop Facilitation
Policy Area: Adult Learning - Literacy and Essential Skills
Population: Low-skilled Workers
Type: Deck/ Notes