Data to Insight is not a software supplier in the traditional sense -- we're here to help local authority (LA) colleagues get work done and share it with each other. The best thing about Data to Insight is the community of analysts who are doing and sharing great work through this network.
We recognise that different LAs want different levels of engagement with our work. As such, we offer four key collaboration approaches to suit different users’ information needs.
Children's Services Data Apprenticeships
Courses tailored to analysts working with children's services data
We've surveyed and interviewed 40+ children's services analysts to understand their needs and design courses specifically tailored for them. We want to help analysts improve their services.
Our third cohort started learning in July 2022, and we are now a community of 91 analysts in 54 LAs. We're learning as we go, and constantly working to improve the programme for learners.
You can register your interest for future cohorts below.
Why enrol in an apprenticeship?
Answer new questions
by learning how to do advanced data transformation, linkages and pattern recognition.
Automate routine data tasks
and release time for bespoke analysis supporting quality improvement.
Get trained for free
by using your council's apprenticeship levy to pay for the apprenticeship course.
Learn how to collect, organise and analyse data in line with the Data Analyst Level 4 standards.
Practice your new skills on analysis directly relevant to your team's daily activities.
Learn in your own time to best manage your workload. Learn alongside colleagues doing similar jobs in other LAs.
Application form download and reference materials:
This project is led by Data to Insight. It was established in partnership with the non-profit Social Finance, the South East Sector Led Improvement Programme with East Sussex County Council as the lead Local Authority, and the Children’s Services National Performance and Information Manager's Group (NPIMG).
The project's initiation was financed by a grant from the Department for Education.
The commercial partner for apprenticeship delivery is Corndel.