SRA has added two new courses to their Training Course Programme for 2018.
Details are below along with a list of courses taking place in the coming 3 months in Cardiff, Edinburgh, London, Manchester and Nottingham.
NEW COURSE – 12 March in London – Narratives and storytelling in qualitative research
Narrative inquiry is a valuable investigative technique in qualitative research. Narrative inquiry and storytelling offer us a different way of knowing, of investigating the lived experiences of individuals, and of exploring subjectivity. Read more here
The course will be led by Dr Karen Lumsden from Loughborough University.
NEW COURSE – 21 March in London – Public Involvement in social research and evaluation
Involving the public in research and evaluation means that research design and delivery is carried out ‘with’ and ‘by’ members of the public rather than ‘for’ or ‘about’ them. A growing evidence base, particularly in health and social care research, shows that involving those who are the focus of research has a positive impact on what is researched, how research is conducted and the impact of findings. Read more here
This course will be led by Dr Louca-Mai Brady and Berni Graham.
OTHER COURSES COMING UP IN NEXT THREE MONTHS
7 February – Qualitative Data Analysis – FULL – next date 23 May
8 February – Interpreting and Writing up your Qualitative Findings – FULL – next date 24 May
14 February – Research with Children and Young People: Advanced Workshop – 5 places left
15 & 16 March – Depth Interviewing Skills
15 March – Introduction to Data Visualisation and Infographic Design
16 March – Impact Evaluation (Advanced)
22 & 23 March – Designing and Moderating Focus Groups
6 February – Introduction to Data Visualisation and Infographic Design
26 February – Questionnaire Design and Testing
27 February- Understanding Statistical Concepts and Basic Tests
28 February – Survey Sampling and Introduction to Weighting
27 March – Designing a Qualitative Study
28 March – Conducting Focus Groups
29 March – Qualitative Data Analysis: Approaches and Techniques
1 March – Qualitative Interviewing
2 March – Qualitative Data Analysis: Approaches and Techniques
14 February – Introduction to Grounded Theory
15 February – Ethnographic Methods
21 February – Qualitative Data Analysis – FULL – next date 9 May
22 February – Interpreting and Writing up your Qualitative Findings – 5 places left
Full details of all above can be found on the SRA website as well as all courses arranged from April onwards.
The cost to attend a one day course is £260 and £520 for a 2 day course. SRA members receive a 25% discount and pay £195 for a one day course and £390 for a 2 day course.
If you have any queries please don’t hesitate to contact us – Lindsay Adams or T: 0207 998 0304.