Social Value Aotearoa is the New Zealand member network of Social Value International, providing accredited training on Social Return on Investment, Impact Management, and other related topics. We are a small but growing network with different training options available throughout the year. We also can connect you to mentors and other organisations working on their impact journeys.

Below you can find information on the different learning and development opportunities available through Social Value Aotearoa. These trainings and events are usually open to all, with discounts available to our members. You can also check out our resources page for more learning tools, and our events page for upcoming opportunities in your area.

14 August 2019

Social Value Matters 2019: Going Mainstream

4-5th December 2019, Taipei Venue: Hua-Nan Bank International, Convention Center, Hsin-Yi District, Taipei, Taiwan (near Taipei 101) Be part of this momentous moment as Social Value International […]
29 March 2019

New Zealand’s First accredited SROI practitioner

Congratulations to Sneha Lakhotia of Waipareira. We have seen your journey and all the work you have put in and we are very proud that all […]
12 March 2019

Strategic Thinking and Resilience for Today’s Social Sector with George Liacos (Spark Strategy

Friend of Social Value Aotearoa, George Liacos will be over in Auckland on Tuesday 7th May presenting his masterclass on strategic thinking  for ‘Grow’ This hands-on […]
13 February 2019

SROI Training update!

Kia Ora! Unfortunately, due to circumstances out of our hands we will be postponing our upcoming SROI practitioner training in April. Thank you for all the […]
22 January 2019

Whānau Ora Accreditation Framework endorsed by SVI

A highlight for our Social Value Aotearoa network last year was working closely with a subset of our members through Te Pou Matakana(Whanau Ora Commissioning Agency) co-designing the WhānauOra […]
15 October 2018

Whanau Ora Hui 2018 Recap

Hundreds converge on Māngere for the future of families Over 600 guests converge today for Whānau Ora Hui 2018. Māori health and wellbeing organisations from across […]