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Collecting information, data and sampling

Written by Institute Associate, Barry Creasy, this course looks in to the basics of collecting information, data and sampling.

This two-module course looks in to the basics of qualitative and quantitative data, validity and how these relate to the question development for a consultation. The second module covers Sampling. What it is, why we use it, and when it is best to do so. We’ll then explore the Institute’s recommended type of sampling.

This is one course in a series of four, written and voiced by Institute Associate, Barry Creasy.

Modules: 2
Assessments: 1
CPD Credits: 10
Duration: 25 mins approx.
Author: Barry Creasy
Bulk unit value: 1

Released: 28th November 2018

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The cost for this course is £33.00 excl. VAT. (£39.60 incl. VAT)

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About the Author

Barry has been a Consultation Institute Associate for over ten years, and is now a Fellow of the Institute, providing consultation, evaluation and research services to many organisations. He delivers courses for the Consultation Institute on Better Focus Groups, Better Surveys and Questionnaires, and Better Data Analysis for Public Consultations, and has published three books with them: Effective Public Meetings, Effective Focus Groups, and Effective Surveys and Questionnaires.

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