Tools and Resources for Assessing Social Impact (TRASI) is a searchable, expert-reviewed database of over 150 approaches to measuring the impact of social programs and investments. It also features a community portal for nonprofits, grantmakers, and social enterprises to connect with peers and evaluation experts. Launched in 2010, TRASI was developed to address the social sector's need for a knowledge base of tested strategies for evaluation and assessment. TRASI is a project of the Foundation Center, developed in partnership with McKinsey & Co. and with input from experts in the field.
With TRASI you can:
Teaching manual with in total 22 training sessions on entrepreneurship. The pedagogical vision refer to non-formal education and the vision on entrepreneurship is based on values and the economic proposal for the economy for the common good.
This pack contains step-by-step guides and a range of other resources (for example, case studies, business scenarios, resources and printable materials) to support the delivery of each session.
The course is divided into two levels:
The course is made up of eleven sessions at each level. The sessions are designed to last approximately one hour.