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2019 Training Courses

2019 Training Courses

NCRM drive methodological development and innovation through our programme of training and events.

Our upcoming training courses include:

- Qualitative research for quantitative researchers


- The what, why & how of citizens' juries


- Advanced participatory data gathering using Ketso


- Interpretive political science


View our extensive list of training courses here

New online resources now available to view


We have recently published 4 new online resources on a range of methods topics:


~ Mel Nind presents 'Teaching research methods'


~ Ian Brunton-Smith explains 'Multilevel modelling'


~ Sarah Lewthwaite introduces 'Teaching how to analyse large volumes of secondary qualitative data'


~ Michela Benzeval discusses 'Biosocial research in social surveys'


View our online resources page

New QUEST seminar: Graphic methods in social research


The NCRM QUEST group (Qualitative Expertise at Southampton) have announced a new seminar, 'Graphc methods in social research', taking place on Tuesday 19 March in Southampton.


Speakers include Dr Oli Williams (King's College London) talking about 'Illustrating the reflexive embodiment of weight-based stigma' and Rachel Ayrton (University of Southampton) discussing 'How creative and multimodal methods can help researchers to theorise and design better research.'


View more details about the event