Social Impact of an apprenticeship scheme
LBR supported the client by developing a framework to capture the social value of qualifications & employment, indirect savings from improved health and decreased exposure to crime.
• Name: A global telecommunications company
• Size: Number of employees > 100,000
• Location: Global
The client wanted technical support in determining the social value associated with the provision of an apprenticeship programme (including bootcamps and personal development training) for young people between 16-24 who are not in education, employment or training.
Developing a framework to capture the social value of the programme for different stakeholder groups including trainees, the government, the company and the company's volunteers
Designing appropriate data collection for the project building on the work already being undertaken.
Updates to the company’s social impact methodology
Data collection systems across each programme element and across different stakeholders
Qualitative surveys and their outputs
Valuation framework for assessing the value of volunteering, traineeship and boot camp provision
Methodology report, update and integration with current social impact methodology
Finalised quantitative surveys (covering each part of the programme) for both volunteers and trainees
Year 1 pilot report on the results of the programme (for both volunteers and trainees).
What happened next
Impact valuation was used to input into the company’s decision-making processes.