Join live webinars or watch past webinars with information and updates on the Common Approach.
From 101’s to deep dives. The Common Approach regularly hosts webinars for social purpose organizations and for specific audiences. Stay tuned for our upcoming webinars!
Stay tuned for our upcoming webinars.
Watch past webinars
Watch the Common Foundations Webinar, from October 15th 2020.
Learn about the five essential practices that are a minimum standard for impact measurement in this 30 minute webinar offered in collaboration with the Canadian CED Network.
For more information on the Common Foundations click here.
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Check out the training videos
There’s a comprehensive range of Common Approach training already available on video. Online sessions are recorded and posted for everyone to watch. The training videos include six sessions produced by the Social Enterprise Institute that will take you through the Common Foundations in just 30-minutes.
Check out who is involved
An essential element of the Common Approach is that it is Community-Driven. The development of the Common Approach has been led by an amazing group of partners from universities like Carleton and University of Toronto to capacity builders, like Social Enterprise Institute and the Canadian CED Network, to operating charities like Furniture Bank.
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