This course will provide an overview of the process of designing and carrying out secondary analysis of large-scale survey datasets. Participants will be taught the key stages of a secondary analysis research project - from developing research questions, through planning and undertaking data analysis, to strategies for disseminating findings. The course will include lecture-type sessions and interactive learning using real-life examples from a recent project the presenters have worked on. Note: the course will not include hands-on training of SPSS or any other statistical package. Please see the NCRM website for relevant courses for those wishing to learn more about statistical software and techniques.
Course content covers:
Who is it aimed at?
This course is aimed at those with little or no experience of secondary data analysis who want a succinct overview of the research process. It is suitable for a range of participants, including those wishing to plan a secondary analysis project or proposal, those in the early stages of an analytical research career, qualitative researchers who want an awareness of quantitative research and managers of secondary analysis research projects.
By the end of the course participants will:
Cost and booking
The full price of this course is £350.
We offer discounts to students, academics and those working in the voluntary sector.