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Data Analysis and Report Writing

Consultation is not a vote; the data collected is a means of informing decision-makers of what different types of people think, and how strongly they think it, but this does not mean that such data should be any less robust. When a consulting organisation publishes data, then, it should expect it to be challenged, and should ensure that the data itself is robust enough to resist such challenges.

CPD Credits: 20 | Duration: 80 mins approx. | Bulk unit value: 2

What topics will you cover?
• Data types
• Quantitative & Qualitative analysis
• Combining Data
• Models
• Reports and format

What will you achieve?
An understanding of…
✓ How to analyse different types of data (including an intermediate-level look at statistical analysis
✓ Qualitative outputs at a general level
✓ How to use both qualitative and quantitative outputs in tandem
✓ How to write an output report that suits a consultation exercise

Who is this course for?
This course is aimed at those at an operational level who are likely to be analysing data, but who have had no formal training in this

Learner feedback
“Very good course that provides the basic overview for you to take away and apply to your own work.”
Peter Hill, Wealden District Council

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The cost for this course is £66.00 excl. VAT. (£79.20 incl. VAT)

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About the Author

Barry has been a Consultation Institute Associate for over ten years, and is now a Fellow of the Institute, providing consultation, evaluation and research services to many organisations.

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