Datawise London offers beginners and advanced training, with some next steps courses so you can develop the data skills you need to better shape your activities and services to meet the needs of local people. All sessions have been developed and are delivered by Superhighways and our Datawise London partners.
This is our introductory session to the Datawise London programme. A chance to step out of the day to day and reflect on your organisation's data collection and usage - get inspired to unlock the value of data to better shape serices and influence change. A sister session Using Your Data to Evaluate Your Impact, Explore Options and Drive Change is seen through the lens of a case study - Music Mentors.
Excel - bite-sized series for data management and analysis
Excel is an essential programme for managing and analysing your data. In this bite-sized series you'll learn useful everyday functionality from filtering for a better view to creating your first dashboard.
Our wider data training series
- Getting Started with Digital Data Collection
- Introduction to Qualitative Data Analysis
- Ethical and Responsible Data Use - Considerations for Small Charities
- Creating Surveys - Best Practice and Online Tools
- Interviewing your Small Charity Beneficiaries
- Data Visualisation and Infographics for Beginners
- Getting Started with Data Visualisation
- An Introduction to Power BI for Small Charities
- Getting Started Putting your Data on the Map
Join us to hear from experts talking about specific datasets and useful research that can help us respond to needs, identify gaps and provide the insight we need to support thriving communities.
With more to follow...
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I found it really helpful to talk to other people in similar positions to myself, having issues with collecting / analysing data in the charity sector
I'll be writing funding applications and will use what I learnt today to evidence the outcomes and impact
Helped me to think through and question what kind of data we collect, how we use it and how we could better use data to measure our impact
I am looking forward to presenting my data and findings in a clearer way, and making it more accessible and easier to comprehend for the rest of my team
We were given copies to take away of the days training which I found useful, as I could quickly go over what I had learnt whilst still fresh in my mind