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National Centre for Research Methods

As a rule, our courses cost £30 a day for UK/EU students and £60 a day for UK/EU academics, researchers or public service staff. More details on specific course costs are available by clicking the above links.

For more information about our training courses, please visit: https://www.ncrm.ac.uk/training/

2019

 

8th to 10/1/19

Quant for qual researchers | 8-10 January | Cardiff

14/01/19

Introduction to R
Miss Eirini Koutoumanou / Dr Dean Langan
Institute of Child Health

15/01/19

Data Management using SPSS Syntax
Dr Chris Stride
LSE Rosebery Hall, 90 Rosebery Ave, Clerkenwell, London

15/01/19

Introduction to Regression Analysis
Miss Sophie Lee
Institute of Child Health

16/01/19

Testing for Mediation and Moderation using SPSS
Dr Chris Stride
LSE Rosebery Hall, 90 Rosebery Ave, Clerkenwell, London

17/01/19

Multilevel Modelling using SPSS
Dr Chris Stride
LSE Rosebery Hall, Rosebery Avenue, London

17/01/19

Multiple Linear Regression
Dr Maria Pampaka
University of Manchester

18/01/19

Logistic Regression
Dr Maria Pampaka
University of Manchester

21/01/19

Introduction to Dealing with Missing Data
Miss Sophie Lee
Institute of Child Health

21/01/19

Introduction to Dealing with Missing Data (2 Days)
Miss Sophie Lee
Institute of Child Health

21/01/19

Introduction to Dealing with Missing Data
Miss Eirini Koutoumanou
Institute of Child Health

23/01/19

Introduction to SPSS
Dr Daniel Green
Institute of Child Health

23/01/19

Introduction to Focus Group
Katarina Zajacova
Department of Sociology, University of Surrey, GUILDFORD, Surrey, GU2 7XH, UK

24/01/19

Measurement with the Rasch Model
Dr Maria Pampaka
University of Manchester

24/01/19

Conversation analysis and healthcare interactions
Dr Marco Pino and Prof Ruth Parry
Loughborough University, Brockington extension, Margaret Keay Rd

28/01/19

Spatial Modelling for Retail Analytics
Drs Andy Newing and Nick Hood
Leeds Institute for Data Analytics, University of Leeds, Leeds

28/01/19

Spatial Modelling for Retail Analytics
Drs Andy Newing and Nick Hood
Leeds Institute for Data Analytics, University of Leeds, Leeds

29/01/19

ANOVA/GLM with SPSS
Miss Eirini Koutoumanou
Institute of Child Health

29/01/19

Evening Introduction to R
Miss Eirini Koutoumanou/Dr Dean Langan
Institute of Child Health

30/01/19

Qualitative Research Symposium 2019
Dr Bryan Clift
University of Bath, Chancellors' Building, Claverton Down

31/01/19

Leverhulme Lecture: Measurement Error in Data - There's Signal in that Noisy Data
Christopher R. Bollinger is the Leverhulme Visiting Professor at ISER during 2018-2019. He is a Sturgill Professor in the Department of Economics at the University of Kentucky. He received his B.A. in Economics at Michigan State University and earned both an M.S. and Ph.D. in economics at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. Professor Bollinger’s research has focused on data quality issues and the impact of survey data quality on estimation of micro economic models. His work has focused on both measurement error and item non-response. His work on measurement error has been published in journals such as Journal of Applied Econometrics, the Journal of the American Statistical Association, and the Journal of Econometrics. His work on non-response has been published in journals such as the Review of Economics and Statistics, Journal of Labor Economics and the Journal of Political Economy. Professor Bollinger also has interests in Urban Economics and Labor Economics. His work in these areas has been published in journals such as Journal of Labor Economics, Labour Economics and the Journal of Urban Economics. Professor Bollinger has served as both an associate editor and co-editor for the Southern Economic Journal, and an associate editor for the Journal of Econometric Methods. He has also served as the Associate Director of the U.K. Center for Poverty Research, Director of Graduate Studies for the Economics Department, and the Director of the Center for Business and Economic Research. He currently serves on the Consensus Forecast Group for the State of Kentucky. 
2N2.4.16, University of Essex, Wivenhoe Park, Colchester, Essex

31st to 1st Feb

Longitudinal structural equation modelling with R | 31 January - 1 February | Southampton

01/02/19

Introduction to Cluster Analysis
Dr Kitty Lymperopoulou
University of Manchester

01/02/19

Participatory Action Research – SOCI520
Louise Hardwick
Sherrington Building, University of Liverpool

04/02/19

Online Data Collection Using MTurk
Burak Sonmez is a research student and GTA in the department of Sociology at the University of Essex. After graduating in Economics from Bilkent University in 2012, Burak joined the University of Essex to complete his master’s degree in Longitudinal Social Research in 2014. Burak has since worked as a data analyst in different research projects. Burak has presented at international conferences on his research using online data collection through MTurk. His current research uses both lab and field experiments to identify prosocial behaviour in voluntary sector. 
University of Essex, Wivenhoe Park, Colchester, Essex

05/02/19

Further Topics in R
Dr Dean Langan
Institute of Child Health

06/02/19

Sample Size Estimation and Power Calculations with Excel
Professor Angie Wade
Institute of Child Health

06/02/19

Applied Data Science with R - London - 3-Day Training Course
Simon Walkowiak MBPsS
8th Floor, Peninsular House, 36 Monument Street, London, EC3R 8LJ

07/02/19

Basic Statistics: Understanding & Analysing Data
Ellen Marshall
12 Errol Street

07/02/19

Understanding small areas: spatial analysis of population and neighbourhood data
Dr Alan Smith (University of Plymouth) & Dr Andy Newing (University of Leeds)
Cathie Marsh Institute, HBS Building, Oxford Road Campus

11/02/19

Machine Learning with R - London - 3-Day Training Course
Simon Walkowiak MBPsS
8th Floor, Peninsular House, 36 Monument Street, London, EC3R 8LJ

13/02/19

Observation – SOCI533
Dr Liz Turner
126 Mount Pleasant, Liverpool

15/02/19

Doing Ethical Research S2– SOCI527
Louise Hardwick
Rendall Building, University of Liverpool

18/02/19

Introduction to Bayesian Analysis
Miss Eirini Koutoumanou
Institute of Child Health

19/02/19

Evening Introduction to SPSS
Dr Daniel Green
Institute of Child Health

20/2/19

Accessing data quality and disclosure risk in numeric data | 20 February | London

21/02/19

Introduction to Longitudinal Data Analysis
Ian Plewis 
University of Manchester

21/02/19

Interviewing – SOCI526
Dr Kirsty Morrin
Flex 1, Teaching Hub 502

22/02/19

Longitudinal Data Analysis
Ian Plewis 
University of Manchester

25/02/19

Overview of Regressions with R
Miss Eirini Koutoumanou
Institute of Child Health

25/02/19

Time Series Forecasting with R – London - 2-Day Training Course
Simon Walkowiak MBPsS
8th Floor, Peninsular House, 36 Monument Street, London, EC3R 8LJ

26/02/19

How to write your Methodology Chapter
Dr Patrick Brindle
Building 58, University of Southampton, Highfield, Southampton, Hants

27/02/19

Introduction to Machine Learning in R
Doug Ashton / Chris Musselle
12 Errol Street

Later Dates

Introduction to GIS | 4-7 March | Southampton

Introduction to latent class analysis | 14-15 March | Manchester

Introduction to spatial data and using R as a GIS | 27 March | Southampton

Spatial interaction modelling | 28-29 March | London

Introduction to data linkage and analysing linked data | 1-2 April | London

Using creative research methods | 3 April | Cardiff

Interpretive political science | 20-22 May | Southampton

Introduction to spatial data and using R as a GIS | 23 May | London

Drawing, multimodality & interaction analytics | 28 November | London