Guided by one of our data trainers, with decades of experience pushing the frontiers of data-driven investigations, you’ll come away with the skills to start gathering, interviewing and presenting data for your own reporting projects.
There are lots of courses which teach data journalism skills, but no others have the specific focus on using these tools and techniques for investigations and holding power to account that is the Centre for Investigative Journalism’s speciality.
The course is composed of four sessions of around 1.5 hours each, scheduled weekly across a month, with exercises and recommended reading to augment your learning between sessions. Signed-up participants must attend all four sessions.
More information can be found here.