Full fellowship chances for early bird registrations!
Language of instruction: English
Data influences every decision that we make. Information is required for managing every dimension of water and sanitation sector as well, be it access to the nearest public toilet, managing household wastewater and excreta, the amount of rainfall received, or how a city uses its groundwater etc. In recent years, our world has witnessed an information explosion in every field with data available just a few clicks away. However, the accuracy, accessibility, usability and communication of the available data is still a challenge. Also, how to use the available data for advocacy and influence is still unknown to many.
Access to specific data can help institutions and individuals improve upon existing practices or measures, or point us to answers or further questions which need to be addressed. How that data gets gathered, linked, interpreted, represented and communicated decides the impact it can create. Analysed and packaged well, it can be an excellent outreach tool, capable of making far-reaching influences and gaining leverage. This is essential since there is a vast potential audience with or without access to all this information. And therein exists a gap: at times what we say is not what the audience hears; at times what we say never even reaches/gets an audience.
Understanding this need for effective data communication, CSE’s School of Water and Waste at AAETI invites applications and nominations for its four-day residential training programme on urban water and sanitation data analysis, visualisation and outreach.
Participants will learn about
Classroom lectures, presentations, case studies, group exercises, assignments and discussions
Water and Sanitation professionals working with non-profits, media, government departments & agencies, research institutions, academic centres, business organisations and environmental consultancies. Specifically, those involved in outreach activities for their institutions/departments.
Rs. 20,400 (for double occupancy accommodation)
Rs. 26,400 (for single occupancy accommodation)
Limited full and part fellowships available
Full Fellowship includes travel, boarding & lodging costs and training kit & fees costs. Accommodation on double sharing basis and group pick-up & drop for local travel from pre-defined locations.
Part Fellowship doesn't include to & fro Delhi travel (from your respective location) costs. However, it covers all other costs mentioned above.
- 15% off for group participation (2 or more) from the same organization
- 30% off for college students
- 30% off for full-time working representatives from registered NGOs
Female participants, candidates from Economically Weaker Sections, Government institutions and sanitation alliance partners are especially encouraged to apply and avail the special offers.
Note: Only shortlisted candidates will be informed.
|Training Coordinators||Training Directors|
|Dr. Saakshi Joshi
Senior Research Associate
+91-11-40616000 (Ext: 244)
|Dr. Mahreen Matto
+91-11-40616000 (Ext: 257)
|Dr. Suresh Kumar Rohilla
Senior Director & Academic Director (School of Water and Waste, Anil Agarwal Environment Training Institute - AAETI)
|July 08th, 2019: Departure from CSE to AAETI by 4:00 p.m.
July 12th, 2019: Departure from AAETI by 2:00 p.m.
Deadline: June 28th, 2019
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|Yes I would recommend this training programme for practicing professionals in the management of government and business enterprises. My key take-away from here has been the visualisation and communication of big data.
Senior Research Associate, ASCI
|This was a well organised event! The facilities were really good. I would like follow up events similar to this training and e-learning modules as well.
Anupriya S Associate, AATHI Network
|The sessions were practical and applicable to real-life projects. The course will definitely help the early stage career professional. I would recommend a follow-up training event to add to this learning. And an exercise on how the participants are using the learning in their work.
Apoorva Nandwana, Student, TERI University
|The experience from Water Speaks will be used at Gramalaya. It was a nice course and I would recommend more elaborate courses on ‘framing it right’ with mobiles. The training and campus environment was very good, including the trekking.
K Lokanathan, Project Manager, Gramalaya
|I will be using the PowerBI tool for data analysis and visualisation. This is an excellent place for trainings. The workshop was well organized. I learnt nuances of how I can communicate in more effective ways.
Deepak Ranjan Nag Urban Planner, Ernst & Young