September is over and we are also finished with our first round of open data training courses for Irish public sector bodies. The October dates are here!
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The University of Strathclyde and UrbanTide, with an advisory team including members from FlyingBinary, NHS Education for Scotland (NES) and the Digital Health Institute (DHI), set out to develop a Massive-Open-Online-Course (MOOC) and Online Training course combination.
We are excited to announce the first Open Data Ireland Initiative Training Courses.
During the training we will help you develop confidence and competence in the growing open data ecosystem. The wide variety of courses gives participants a 360-degree view of the open data ecosystem.
UrbanTide has been appointed as the single supplier of open data training services for the Irish public sector. Read on and find out more about this unique and exciting project and how Ireland plans to foster an even stronger open data ecosystem.
The goal of open data training targeting the public sector is to equip front-line public sector warriors with the necessary skills and knowledge to tackle current and future challenges, where appropriate, with a data forward approach. The vision is to enable public sector organisations to take advantage and to fully utilise and unlock the value of their data, both open and closed.
Last week Steven Revill Co-Founder - COO of UrbanTide gave a presentation on Open Data Driving Social Impact to the Change Managers Network. If you missed the webinar, you can watch it below.
The Scottish Government Open Data Strategy and Resource Pack outlines that open data initiatives can improve public sector service delivery and support innovation. This webinar will explore this potential and dig deeper into the possibilities for using open data to drive social impact.