Following the success of the previous editions, the University Course for Professional Advancement (CUAP) “Social Impact Assessment” is back. Pre-registration is open from 5 December 2022 to 13 January 2023.
The course, supported by the Turin Chamber of Commerce as part of the Turin Social Impact Strategic Plan, is being delivered by the Department of Management of the University of Turin with the Turin Polytechnic University (members of the Social Entrepreneurship Committee), the Ordine dei Dottori Commercialisti e degli Esperti Contabili di Torino, the Piccatti Milanese Foundation, Cottino Social Impact Campus, Tiresia, the training organisations of the Centrali Cooperative (Consorzio Il Nodo for Confcooperative Piemonte Nord and Inforcoop Ecipaa Piemonte for Legacoop Piemonte) and the Compagnia di San Paolo Foundation.
CUAP is among the activities proposed by the Centre of Competence for Social Impact Assessment based at the Turin Chamber of Commerce.
The course will start on 6 February 2023 and foresees weekly appointments of 4 hours on Monday afternoons for a total of 40 hours of frontal lessons (the remaining 85 hours are individual and group activities and preparation of project work).
The lessons will be delivered exclusively online, with live teaching. At the end of the course a certificate of competences “Social Impact Assessor” will be issued, after verification of the same and in addition the OPEN BADGE digital certificate issued by Bestr.
The objective of this course is to develop Impact Management strategies and cognitive processes necessary for social impact assessment and NRP-related projects. The CUAP is aimed at organisations and all those who wish to enhance and deepen their knowledge on this topic.
More information on the structure can be found on the relevant page on the Department of Management website > Continuing Education > A.A. Courses 2022-2023 > University Professional Development Course > Social Impact Assessment 4th edition and at the following e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org