Five C’s (Not D’s) of Data

The Great Lakes A/MH/PTTC is offering this training for individuals working in HHS Region 5: IL, IN, MI, MN, OH, WI. This training is being provided in response to a need identified by Region 5 stakeholders.


Looking for tips and tricks on how to present your data in way that catches people’s attention and is easily understood? Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from Jamie Comstock and Robin Carr about the Five C’s of Data: Chart, Color, Context, Clutter, and Composition. Through learning about the Five C's, participants of this virtual training will gain skills to present data in a manner that best resonates with their audiences.

(Important note: This webinar will not be recorded. So be sure to attend the live training!)



After this session participants will be able to:

● Choose the most effective chart for their data

● Use color for emphasis and action

● Use data in context for maximum (and realistic) impact

● Reduce clutter so data insights can be easily understood

 Compose effective data visualizations


Comstock and Carr

Jamie Comstock and Robin Carr founded Info Inspired in 2014, after many years of designing and giving presentations with no formal training in this area and watching their public health colleagues struggle with the same skills gap. 

Both are certified prevention specialists with 30 years of combined experience in the field.

They’ve spent the last several years researching and testing ways to not only capture and hold an audience’s attention, but to also inspire audiences.  They’ve spent countless hours refining the presentation planning process, identifying free resources, and learning how to maximize the tools they already had. 

It’s also important to know that they aren’t graphic designers, artists, or especially tech savvy.  Everything they do, you can do too.




Certificates of attendance will be emailed to all who attend the training in full.   



Starts: Dec. 2, 2021 3:00 pm
Ends: Dec. 2, 2021 4:30 pm
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