We are re-announcing the following short courses, which are scheduled to take place at the Statistical Services Centre in 2012, unless stated otherwise. Summary information is given below. For more detailed information and registration forms please see, providing your address and/or fax number, or email [log in to unmask]

******All of our courses include hands-on computer practical work******

******We also provide consultancy advice and bespoke training******

Practical Bayesian Data Analysis -> 18-20 April 2012

Introduction to Capture-Recapture Techniques -> 26-27 April 2012

Introduction to Logistic Regression -> 2-3 May 2012

Microsoft Excel 2007 for Statistics? What you can and cannot do -> 14-15 May 2012

Taking Microsoft Excel 2007 Further: Macros for Data Management and Statistics -> 16 May 2012

Statistics for University Administrators (venue: University of Strathclyde, UK) -> 21 May 2012

Advanced Excel for Students' Records Administrators (venue: University of Strathclyde, UK)  -> 22 May 2012

Statistical Modelling and Graphics using R -> 14-15 June 2012

Multivariate Analysis -> 12-13 July 2012

A Review of Basic Statistics -> 16-17 July 2012

What Sample Size Do I Need? -> 18 July 2012

The Statistical Services Centre at Whiteknights campus, University of Reading is in a prime location in the South-East of England and has excellent transport links. The University is close to the M4 motorway allowing easy access by car.  Reading's railway station has high speed links to and from London Paddington, as well as regular services to and from other cities around the UK. There are direct services to and from both London Heathrow and London Gatwick Airports.  For further details view:

Kind Regards

Emma Hollands
Training Co-ordinator
Statistical Services Centre
University of Reading
Harry Pitt Building
Whiteknights Road
Reading RG6 6FN
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Tel: +44(0)118 378 8689
Fax: +44(0)118 378 8458

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