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Come along a receive a half-day training by Superhighways designed to help voluntary or community organisation with demonstrating their impact.
The event is completely free for voluntary and community organisations working with residents living in the borough of Kensington and Chelsea. Spaces are limited to 2 people per organisation.
Want to make your organisation's data stand out from the crowd but don't have the money or know-how to make it happen? Say goodbye to mountains of text and hello to visually exciting data with this new course from Superhighways.
Images are faster to process than words. Turning your complex monitoring information into graphics makes them easier to understand and visually appealing for your funders, supporters and beneficiaries. It's the perfect way to get your message across in the shortest time possible and reveal patterns and observations not immediately apparent from reading statistics hidden in paragraphs.
Is this training for me?
This course is for anyone working in a voluntary or community organisation that is responsible for reporting and communicating outcomes. You will need intermediate level computer skills but you do not need to be a techie to take part.
By the end of the course you’ll be able to:
By the end of the course, you’ll be able to: You'll come away with some great tips on the use of charts, icons, colour and design principles to craft meaningful visuals that help you connect to supporters and beneficiaries.
If you are interested in this session you might also want to see the Excel for Monitoring and Evaluating your Impact training.
This event is funded by RBKC and is part of the Grenfell Community Leadership Programme.
See all of our other KCSC's Community Leadership Programme training and events here.
Terms and Conditions
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Attendees who fail to show up without notifying us at least 3 days in advance of the event start time in writing or by email are liable to be charged a cancellation fee of £30.