We are delighted to announce that we have secured funding from Building Safer Communities to provide some dedicated support from Evaluation Support Scotland to help practitioners to test out the Measuring What Matters evaluation framework for unintentional injury. Please see below for more information. We are keen to encourage applications from the third sector and would be very grateful if you could share with your partners doing work to prevent unintentional injury.
Are you looking for support to help you measure what matters?
Then perhaps the new evaluation framework which we have been working on can help you.
Earlier this year, the Scottish Community Safety Network (SCSN) and Evaluation Support Scotland (ESS) brought together practitioners from across the sector to develop an evaluation framework to help those working in the field to have a better understanding about their outcomes and how to measure what matters in their work to prevent unintentional harm.
We are now offering practitioners the opportunity to test out the framework in their own area of work. Whether you run safety talks for young people, provide home safety advice, help people access equipment or train other practitioners on unintentional harm, this is a great opportunity to access free evaluation support and shape a new resource.
What we can offer:
To take part we ask that you send a note of interest to Nicola Swan (firstname.lastname@example.org) by the end of this week (24th January) and she will be in touch to share some more detail.