Social enterprises are set up in order to bring about social change. Toucan Diversity is no different, as our aims and objectives are to encourage a social change in attitudes towards disabled people.

We hope to achieve this, with our team of accredited trainers who all have a lived experience of a disability. They will help us to achieve our aim, one training session at the time.

How can we measure if our project contributes to a societal attitude change towards disabled people?

We have created two different formats of collecting information from our training participants:

  • Feedback forms – filled out after every training session
  • Survey – sent out to past participant to establish if our training has a lasting impact.

“Excellent interaction and participation. One of the best and most relevant training I ever attended.”  
Participant – John Pounds Centre – Portsmouth, 25 November 2017

Please follow the links below for the results of our Social Impact investigation:

Training feedback forms: Training Feedback

Social Impact Responses