Social impact of a traineeship scheme

Summary

Little Blue Research developed a framework to capture the social value of qualifications & employment, indirect savings from improved health and decreased exposure to crime associated with the provision of a traineeship scheme.

Client description

Capitals

A global telecommunications company

106,000+ employees

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SOCIAL

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HUMAN

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Client need

The client required technical support to determine the social value associated with the provision of a traineeship programme for young people aged between 16-24 who are not in education, employment or training.

The challenge

Developing a framework to capture the social value of the programme for different stakeholder groups including trainees, the government, the client and the client's volunteers.

Designing appropriate data collection for the project, building on work already being undertaken.

The results

Updates to the company’s social impact methodology.

Data collection systems across the traineeship programme and different stakeholders.

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