We provide a range of open-registration events throughout the year focusing on the use of dedicated CAQDAS packages for qualitative and mixed-methods analysis, including awareness raising seminars, methodological seminars, software specific training and advanced support workshops. We also provide tailored training and support for individuals and teams.
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CPD and short courses
Training in the use of a specific CAQDAS-package is provided with regularly scheduled courses. Training combines demonstration, discussion and hands-on learning. Aimed at postgraduates, academics and professional researchers, these training courses offer a thorough overview of the tools, functions and uses of the particular qualitative software package. We are currently running all CAQDAS training online.
- One-day training courses use sample data throughout, although there is an opportunity at breaks to discuss your own project with tutors and participants.
- Two-day training courses enable participants to use their own project data and they are supported with individual needs.
- Three-day training workshops take a slower and more comprehensive pace, using The Five-Level QDA method - a CAQDAS pedagogy developed by Christina Silver and Nicholas Woolf
See the full list of forthcoming training courses for more information and to book a place.
We run free webinars covering aspects of using digital tools and CAQDAS packages for qualitative and mixed-methods research. If you have suggestions for topics to cover in these webinars, or are interested in delivering a user webinar, please email us.
Awareness raising webinars
These webinars focus on raising awareness about digital tools for qualitative and mixed-methods research and analysis and their applications across disciplines and methodologies. Some cover general principles and considerations in the use of digital tools, throughout the research process or for particular tasks. Some focus on planning for the use of CAQDAS packages or demonstrate differences between products to facilitate informed choices. Awareness-raising webinars are delivered by members and associates of the CAQDAS Networking Project.
These webinars focus on cutting-edge methodological advancements in the use of digital tools to facilitate the analysis of qualitative data. They may be focused on a specific tool or discuss / compare two or more. Sometimes we run methodological webinars drawing on our own work, other times we invite methodologists or CAQDAS-developers to present webinars on particular methodological advancements.
These webinars focus on the teaching of qualitative methods and digital tools in face-to-face, online and blended contexts, discussing the challenges involved and innovative solutions. They are delivered by members and associates of the CAQDAS Networking Project, and invited CAQDAS instructors.
These webinars showcase and discuss work-in-progress with undertaking qualitative and mixed-methods analysis using CAQDAS packages. They are delivered by invited users (students, academics, applied researchers) at any stage of their careers, and from any sector or disciplinary context.
Our support workshops aim to facilitate CAQDAS users to move on with their analysis, providing support in the context of their own projects. Participants will have previously attended a software specific training event or be self-taught to a reasonably advanced level. Participants provide project information ahead of the workshop including details on particular software-related issues and aspects for which additional support is required and each workshop is tailored to the needs of those attending. Participant numbers are restricted in order to ensure that sufficient individual support can be provided.