Online Workshop: How to Evaluate Your Impact

If you are running music projects/programmes with children and young people and want to better understand the impact of your work, this workshop aims to demystify the basics of impact evaluation.


Wednesday 24 April 2024 from 10:30am – 1:00pm

Online via Zoom

Ticket prices:

  • £25 individuals/freelancers
  • £40 – orgs with a turnover of less than £100k
  • £50 – orgs with a turnover of more than £100k
  • Free to young people aged 16-25, students and unwaged

This workshop will cover: 

  • Why evaluate?
  • Theory of Change and Outcomes frameworks
  • Planning and designing tools for collecting data
  • Exploring the issues of inequity in evaluation and how to address this through an ethical, young person-centred approach
  • Making evaluation meaningful and accessible to young people

The course will be interactive and task-based, giving you practical tools to take away.

Who is it for?

Anyone working in the music, creative and cultural sectors who has to evaluate projects, whether you’re new to evaluation or would like to refresh your knowledge, including:

  • Musicians/producers
  • Project managers in music/arts
  • Community music and arts organisation staff
  • Music Education Hub staff
  • Workshop leaders and practitioners

What will you get out of the session?

  • Knowledge, skills and understanding of how to evaluate creative projects
  • Opportunity to share ideas and get feedback on your own project/organisation evaluation
  • Templates and tools for evaluation planning

The session will be co-led by Jennifer Raven, a specialist in impact evaluation. She will be joined by Yasmine Dankwah, Wired4Music Associate, who will bring a young person’s perspective to evaluation.