UK charities are increasingly recognising the importance of building a data-led culture to enable effective decision-making and uncover key service delivery insights. Many third sectors organisations are yet to unlock the power of data due to a shortage of core data skills throughout the Third Sector workforce.
The Imperial College London & Corndel partnership brings to market data programmes specifically tailored for Third Sector data users, to enable better understanding and communication with data, helping organisations to develop data skillsets to achieve transformational change. Learners will benefit from technical training, coaching and workplace application to develop data skills and interpersonal behaviours.
Learn more about the data programmes we offer for the Third Sector:
Blended learning delivery model, flexible learning content in a range of formats + bite-sized, practical projects to embed learning
Upon completion, learners will receive a Data qualification relevant to their course
Fortnightly coaching with a Professional Development Expert + hands-on workshops delivered by experienced data scientists
An award-winning curriculum that is fully funded through the Apprenticeship Levy
Who is the programme for?
These data programmes are designed for people who work in the Third Sector and are looking to gain data skills to enable them to make better use of the data they have access to in their day-to-day role, regardless of their corporate function. They may work in delivery, finance, HR or marketing and want to be able to make better data-driven decisions to achieve organisational goals.
Strategic, impactful and scalable data skills development is now critical for business performance and the economy at large. In response, Imperial College Business School and Corndel, one of the UK’s leading workplace training and development partners, have expanded their highly successful skills partnership to offer world-class, high impact development programmes in data literacy and data analytics. All funded through the Apprenticeship Levy.