Students involved in 'Measuring the Good' project activities

Posted on 12 December 2017

Students on the MPA Comparative Applied Social and Public Policy, Evaluation and Research (CASPPER) recently participated in a national initiative helping Third Sector organisations to become better, stronger and achieve more.

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As part of 'Measuring the Good', the students worked with two local agencies: Skipton Extended Learning for All (who facilitate activities for vulnerable, disadvantaged and disabled children and young people aged 4-19) and Mind the Gap (the UK’s leading learning disability theatre company).

CASPPER students and agency partners worked together to deliver projects focused on improving organisational performance.  The feedback seminar provided agencies with practical solutions to problems relating to the planning, implementation and communication of performance measures.

The MPA CASPPER is a 21-month programme which brings together mid-career professionals from around the world to gain insight and experience in social and public policy, through a strongly international curriculum, and to be trained in advanced research skills.

More details on the MPA CASPPER Programme.