Data isn’t just about numbers and statistics. It can also be qualtiative - bringing numerical data to life and telling a compelling story. In combination, new insights may come to light that might otherwise remain hidden.
Using qualitative data from feedback forms, surveys, interviews or observations, could help you better understand your beneficiaries and their challenges, so you can make changes to your work and increase organisatioanal impact.
But isn't qualitative data less robust? And where do you start when this is new to you and you're strapped for time?
This session will cover:
- What do we mean by qualitative data?
- How do you capture it in a robust way?
- A brief introduction to analysis and potential tools to use
- Good practice for smaller groups and top tips to get you started
Who should attend:
Anyone in a small charity or community organisation responsible for making decisions about what you do and how you deliver your activities based on the information you have. This is an introdcutory session for staff, volunteers or trustees of small charities and community groups who want to explore the role of qualitative data in shaping their organisation's services or influencing others.
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Find out more and book your place here.