Learning how to effectively present data is a valuable tool for public sector professionals. This course enables you to present key information in the most visually impressive way. From preparing documents to giving presentations, effective data visualisation can give you the edge and means you can present a stronger case.
This virtual Effective Data Visualisation training course gives you the tools and techniques to help you to turn your data into key infographics, convincing messages and easily understandable information.
Attend this course to understand the key principles to presenting data and how they can apply to your work; learn about the different types of visualisations; gain quick and repeatable visual tricks that draw attention to the key information and learn about what free visualisation tools are available.
Unlocking the Power of Virtual
Our virtual courses have been designed with you in mind. From group exercises in breakout rooms to live chat, whiteboards and interactive polls, we use a range of tools and techniques to ensure that you can connect with your trainer; network and share best practice with your peers and leave the day with the skills you need.
Our courses provide you with an interactive and engaging learning environment that can be accessed from any location, helping you to continue to connect, learn and grow. Click here to discover more!
Please note we will use Zoom to virtually deliver this course.
Alan Rutter is a journalist, digital consultant, product owner and trainer.
He oversaw the iPad edition launches of Wired, GQ, Vanity Fair and Vogue in the UK, and has been working with Condé Nast International as product owner on a bespoke digital asset management system for their 11 global markets.
Until November 2014 he worked with Guardian Masterclasses on curating and delivering new course strands and teaching their B2B data visualisation courses for clients including the Financial Conduct Authority, the Home Office, Novartis, Haringey Council and Gloucestershire Police Constabulary.
Previously he was ...