We provide short courses for anyone that requires an understanding of research methods and statistical analyses, to either interpret published research or undertake their own research studies.
Extensive notes are provided for all courses, and teaching is interspersed with practical examples and activities throughout the day(s) to ensure that everyone has understood the key principles. We strive to create a relatively informal learning atmosphere, where participants are not afraid to ask questions or voice any confusion.
No prior statistical knowledge is assumed for our introductory course (Introduction to Research Methods and Statistics), or our summer schools, but all other courses assume that the basics are understood. Our courses usually take place weekdays between 10.00am and 4.30pm. Selected evening courses that run between 5.30pm and 8.15pm are often available.
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