Presenting data - Online

Location: Online
CPD: 6.0 hours
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This online course is the foundation to all presentations of statistical information. The basic principles of presenting information in tables, charts, maps and text are explained. These are illustrated and then reinforced through practical exercises.
 

Course Outline

This online course is the foundation to all presentations of statistical information. The basic principles of presenting information in tables, charts, maps and text are explained. These are illustrated and then reinforced through practical exercises.
 

Learning Outcomes

By the end of this course Participants will be equipped to disseminate statistical messages in a clear, accurate and meaningful way across various media to general audiences.       
                                                         

Topics Covered

  • Information in Tables
  • Information in Charts
  • Information in Maps
  • Information in Text
  • Principles of Presentation


Target Audience

This course is for anyone who is involved in communicating statistics to non-statisticians or who reports on data – of any description – within organisation, to specific communities and to the general public where a message is being given.


Delegate Feedback

“The course has given me an overall understanding of how data should be presented”.

“Covered lots of useful information that was new to me and that I can apply back at work”.

“Excellent course leader, clear presentation and very helpful”.

“It was the most directly useful training course I have ever attended and have not hesitated to tell my colleagues this!”
 

Ed Swires-Hennessy

Ed Swires-Hennessy was a government statistician until his retirement in 2010. From a very early stage in his career he took an interest in the presentation and publishing of information and was a visiting lecturer at the Civil Service College on the subject. For over 20 years he was the general editor of statistical publications at the then Welsh Office. He developed and ran a week-long course for European Statisticians on behalf of the Statistical Office of the European Communities titled ‘Basic Principles of publication and dissemination of official statistics’ (1996-2003). In 2003 he was awarded the inaugural JH West medal by the Royal Statistical Society for ‘outstanding contribution and influence on the dissemination of official statistics.

 

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RSS Fellow 

RSS CStat/Gradstat also MIS & FIS                      

 

£371.00+vat 

£315.00+vat 

£297.00+vat

 

 

 

 
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