Social Audit Training

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Overview   |   Curriculum

Overview

The Social Audit training programme was developed by GRB and TKN subject matter experts from Canada and USA and was first piloted in Toronto in 2018. The curriculum is segregated into seven complimentary modules focusing on topics such as data collection methodologies, conducting focus groups, assessing impact, and developing a survey.

The training programme is currently being migrated to an online platform with a expected completion date in the 4th quarter of 2022.


Curriculum

Module 1: Introduction

• Jamati Institutional overview
• Introduction to Social Auditing
• Social Auditing within the Jamati context

Module 3: Planning

• Establishing the audit team
• Developing the audit plan
• Dialoging with the Institutions

Module 5: Analytic Review

• Qualitative and quantitative data analysis
• Root cause analysis
• Impact assessment
• Interpreting results
• Identifying best practices
• Formulating findings and developing recommendations

Module 7: Follow-up

• Types of follow-up audits
• Follow-up process
• Charting progress

Module 2: Initiation

• Case study introduction
• Identifying the audit topic
• Overview of the logic model
• Workshop 1: Logic model

Module 4: Data Collection

• Data collection overview and methodologies
• Workshop 3: Developing a survey
• Conducting focus groups
• Information Gathering Considerations
• Using mixed methodologies
• Art of interviewing and facilitating
• Troubleshooting information gathering issues

Module 6: Reporting

• Reporting writing process
• Report structure
• Effective writing techniques
• Workshop 7: Critiquing a social audit report
• Issuing the report
• Action plans
• Audit close-out