Datawise London Getting Your Data on the Map Training 11th September

HEAR is pleased to be part of the Datawise London project led by Superhighways and funded by City Bridge Trust through the Cornerstone Fund

The project is finalising an exciting programme of training leading through to December, more news soon.

In the meantime, here is an upcoming session for this week:

Getting Started-Putting Your Data on the Map

Friday 11th September at 10am

Do you collect post code data from your beneficiaries / clients?

Are you interested in analysing this geographical data against other internal or external data to spot trends, illustrate your reach or evidence gaps?

Robust, data informed decisions can help with your service planning and show what's already working to funders, commissioners and your key stakeholders. It can also help you make the case for change, evidence need in your funding applications and share your impact with the world.

This Demo and Q & A online session will introduce free / low cost and easy to use tools to get started putting your data on a map.

We can then provide follow up support when you start creating maps with your own organisational data.

We'll also share some more advanced mapping tools, should you need to map more complex data in future.

Is this training for me?

This course is for anyone working in a small charity or community organisation in London, responsible for developing projects, monitoring and evaluating outcomes and designing services.

You will need good basic computer skills.

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/getting-started-putting-your-data-on-the-map-tickets-116882152665

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