NCRM Courses for 2019

The National Centre for Research Methods are offering new training courses for 2019. We will be announcing more courses as they are finalised, but here are the confirmed courses for 2019 so far:

Quant for qual researchers | 8-10 January | Cardiff

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

Understanding small areas: spatial analysis of population & neighbourhood data | 7-8 February | Manchester

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

How to write your methodology chapter | 26 February | Southampton

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

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/