The Royal Statistical Society is pleased to announce their Training Course programme for 2016.


We are pleased to offer a range of foundation and professional courses:




  Presenting Data (presented by Ed Swires-Hennessy) - 4th February, 23rd June, 24th November

  Basic Statistics [Understanding and Analysing Data] (presented by J Freeman & E Marshall) – 8th & 9th February, 27th & 28th June         

  Consulting Skills (presented by R Caulcutt & Julie Bullen) – 24th & 25th February

  Introduction to Statistical Thinking (presented by Nigel Marriott) – 8th March

  Identifying Trends and Making Forecasts (presented by Nigel Marriott) – 6th & 7th April, 10th & 11th November

  Questionnaire Design and Web Survey Implementation (presented by P Campanelli) – 21st & 22nd June





  Concepts and Methods in Causal Mediation Analysis (presented by B De Stavola & R Daniel) – 3rd June

  An Introduction to Multivariate Meta-Analysis (presented by M Price, R Riley & J Kirkham) – 8th June

  Longitudinal and Missing Data (presented by Geert Verbeke & Geert Molenberghs) – 26th & 27th September

  Survival Analysis (presented by D Collett) – 28th & 29th September

  Advanced Programming in R (presented by C Gillespie) – 5th & 6th December



For further information and to register on any of the courses listed above, please see our website


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Tessa Pearson

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