Data Champions – Volunteer Training Workshop – September 13th
An open call to people in and around Chorlton to get involved in becoming a Data Champion for Our Streets Chorlton
We are helping to form a local group of ‘Data Champions’, as part of the wider Our Street Chorlton Champions group development, to help carry out traffic surveys, along with other community data collection. These traffic surveys will help us to collect baseline data throughout the initial year-long Our Streets Chorlton project.
If you’re a resident of the Chorlton area and are up for taking an active part in the collection of traffic data, then we’re running a training session in September, to contribute to our collection days in September and October.
The training sessions will cover:
Counting traffic data using an electronic device.
Counting traffic data without a smart device (ie pen and paper).
Best practice for collection, including COVID safety.
Open Data Manchester will be running a training session for those who wish to take part. It will take place on:
Monday 13 September 18:30-20:00
If you are interested in taking part but cannot attend this workshops please contact Sam Milsom: email@example.com
What is Our Streets Chorlton?
Our Streets Chorlton is a 12-month, community-led project to understand how to help decrease carbon emissions by enabling Chorlton people to reduce local and short car journeys. We are here to support Chorlton on its journey to tackle climate change.
We want to co-develop our project with the whole Chorlton community so that together, we can share a greener, cleaner, less polluted and congested place to live, work, rest, learn and play.
Can I Be An ‘Our Streets Chorlton Champion’?
The community engagement project is supporting the development of local champions in and around Chorlton with areas of people’s interest; schools, climate action and data gathering.
If you are interested in any of the areas and getting more involved, get in touch firstname.lastname@example.org
Who Are Open Data Manchester?
Open Data Manchester is a not-for-profit formed from a diverse group of open data advocates in 2010 that supports organisations to release data and helps people use it.
Whether working in partnership or on standalone programmes, we promote good data practice through expert advice, strong advocacy, participatory events, state-of-the-art research, technical support and interactive training.