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IATI publishing essentials

This recently updated course is specifically designed for organisations receiving funds where IATI is a requirement, giving participants the knowledge and skills needed to publish data effectively and efficiently to any donor.

More and more donors are requiring their funded partners to publish data to the International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI) Registry. This one day highly practical course explains everything you need to know. 

Who is it for?

The course is highly relevant if you’re planning, managing or operationalising the IATI publishing in your organisation, for instance to share information on your projects, enhance your transparency and meet donor grant or contract requirements. 

What you will learn

By the end of the workshop, you will be able to: 

  • Identify the best tools to use to meet DFID and Netherlands MFA requirements
  • Maximise organisation buy-in and resourcing to publish to the standard
  • Explain the types of information you will be sharing via IATI and the risks and opportunities associated with this
  • Set up a sustainable business process for IATI data publishing 
  • Use the IATI supported software

After the course, support is available from Bond via the IATI support desk at support@iatistandard.org. There is also lots of useful information in the IATI section on our website.

An invaluable starting point for organisations who are new to IATI and AidStream. The workshop provides a unique opportunity to understand the often complicated IATI context and requirements, while providing a useful platform to ask all those publishing questions. I would recommend it to any organisation working towards IATI compliance. 

Stephanie Schlipper, Transparency and Operations Manager, MannionDaniels

Programme

The course covers: 

  • How to develop a business case to create buy in and resourcing within your organisation
  • A practical exercise to engage participants on how to publish IATI data onto supported data platforms (AidStream)
  • An interactive insight into IATI data and its uses
  • An understanding of the importance that project, finance and results data has for publishing to IATI
  • Donor specific requirements for transparency (UK and Dutch)

Participants will receive a certificate of competence on completion of a short test. 

Course prices

Band 1

Non-members
£355.00

Band 2

Bond members >£2M annual spend
£265.00

Band 3

Bond members <£2M annual spend
£175.00

* 10% off if you book 8 weeks in advance; 5% off 3 or more bookings.

Contact us for special discounts if you're a student or unemployed.

10%

off if you book early*

5%

off multiple bookings*

Event dates

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Tuesday, November 14, 2017

10 places remaining

Trainers

Sarah Johns
Bond

Sarah Johns is transparency manager at Bond, covering the International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI), open data and transparency.

Location

Bond
8 All Saints Street
London
N1 9RL
United Kingdom