Course Date: August 21-25, 2018
A residential monsoon training programme under AAETI’s School of Development Communication
What gets measured, gets managed – goes the saying. But it misses out on a crucial link: what gets measured must be analyzed and communicated. If it is not, it cannot be managed. We live in a time of an over-abundance of data in every field. Every piece of this data, when analyzed, reveals a minefield of information. Unanalyzed, it is no good. But processed and communicated well, it becomes an excellent outreach tool, capable of making far-reaching impacts.
Anil Agarwal Environment Training Institute (AAETI), a Centre for Science and Environment initiative, brings you a five-day course on reading numbers and data, making sense of them, and using them to inform, influence and impact. The course will help you develop skills for searching the data which is most relevant for you; analyse, visualise and interpret it; and translate it into actionable information.
Professionals working with non-profits, media, government agencies, research institutions, academic centres and industry – anyone who wants to sharpen the basic skills of data analysis and presentation for communicating research, reports and stories using numbers.
THE KEY TAKEAWAYS
August 21-25, 2018
AAETI Campus, Nimli, Alwar, Rajasthan
LAST DATE FOR RECEIVING APPLICATIONS
August 1, 2018
CSE’s decision on shortlisted names would be final.
Experts and practitioners from Centre for Science and Environment, Down To Earth magazine, World Bank, National Informatics Centre, SocialCops etc
Classroom lectures, presentations, case studies, group exercises, assignments and discussions
For more details, contact: Kiran Pandey, Programme Director - Information Management. CSE, +91 9871215338, email@example.com