How to use IT and available resources to support your monitoring, evaluation and compliance endeavours

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This practical training session aims to provide an understanding of Data Protection Principles, Data Sharing Protocols, and Collection and Managing good quality data using the MS Access service user database. We have developed an MS Access database that will help you improve your data entry procedures, recording, storing and reporting. 

Are you still using excel spread sheets and finding it hard to cope with data ?
Are you struggling with monitoring and evaluation of your projects ?
Do you feel that your systems are not-compliant with data protection regulations?

If all this applies to you, then this training session is the right one for you.

This session will cover how it is applied in practice and the importance of having such skills for organisations holding personal information on their service users and volunteers.

Who is this aimed at?

Anyone who has a degree of/overall responsibility for administration, monitoring/evaluation, data protection, and reporting on projects and activities. It is also useful for others who want to broaden their understanding of these areas. Organisations’ volunteers are also welcome to attend the training if they are interested in gaining admin and projects’ assistance skills.

What will I take away?

  • A service user database that would be covered in the training, service user registration/consent forms. 
  • Knowledge of Data Protection principles and storing information securly 
  • Knowledge and skills to develop Data Protection policies 
  • NICE Data sharing protocols & how to apply it in practice. 
  • Knowledge of Data Protection procedures in storing information securely 
  • Knowledge and skills to develop data management and consistency across projects and activities.  
  • Understanding of the importance of consistency and accuracy in data entry.
  • Understanding of the importance of data integrity and efficient data management. 
  • Understanding of the monitoring and evaluation basics and reporting mechanisms. 


November 22nd, 2017 from 10:30 AM to  1:30 PM
Phone: 020 7923 1962