Dear Subscriber, I would like to invite you to our hands-on workshop on quantitative data analysis offered on 12th September in London. If you already have quantitative analysis training, this workshop will provide key quantitative analysis principles and tips and will enable a space for you to review specific questions regarding your research or programme. By the end of this workshop, you will have an expert reviewed quantitative analysis well underway or specific plans for your future quantitative data analysis. The early bird discount ends on the 16th of August. Book by then for 10% discount. Please find all the information below. (apologies for cross-posting) Best Regards, Fidany Communications Methods for Change [log in to unmask] *"Practitioner focused workshops designed to empower you and your organisation on the best evaluation and research techniques available."* Connect: [image: Facebook] <https://www.facebook.com/methodsforchange> [image: Twitter] <https://twitter.com/methods4change> [image: Youtube] <https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMwZcmlQU8zmWGnZbFKDBzA> [image: Instagram] <https://www.instagram.com/methods4change/> www.methodsforchange.org / Please consider sharing these workshops with your colleagues. Developing Quantitative Data Analysis and Reporting: Hands-On Workshop | London | September 12th *View this email in your browser* <http://bit.ly/mfcevents> DEVELOPING YOUR QUANTITATIVE DATA ANALYSIS AND REPORTING: HANDS ON WORKSHOP *WORKSHOP DESCRIPTION* This workshop will allow you to develop quantitative data analysis and reporting with expert guidance. The session begins with presentations to refresh your understanding of theoretical principles and general guidelines for analysis. Then, your specific quantitative analysis-related evaluation questions, challenges, points of interest will be addressed. By the end of the workshop, you'll have received an expert review of your quantitative analysis and first steps will be underway for your evaluation (or you'll have a plan in place for your future quantitative analysis). The design for this workshop is to provide you with direct interaction with the trainers, with a maximum capacity of 10 delegates. In addition, you will have a follow-up consultation opportunity (by Skype) for further support, up to 3 months after the end this workshop. Register today to receive the 10% early bird discount (ends August 11th). methodsforchange.org/event/developing-quantitative-data- analysis-reporting-hands-workshop <http://bit.ly/DevelopQuantitativeData> *LONDON* Citizen M hotel, September 11th From 13:30 to 17:00 <http://bit.ly/DevelopQuantitativeData> THE SPEAKERS <http://bit.ly/mfc-EricJensen> *Dr** Eric Jensen* Dr Eric Jensen (Associate Professor, Sociology Dept, University of Warwick) is a social scientist and world leading expert specialising in innovative methods of conducting impact evaluation research. Dr Jensen is author of <http://bit.ly/jensrr>Doing Real Research: A Practical Guide to Social Research (SAGE) <http://bit.ly/jensrr> <http://bit.ly/BenjaminSmith> *Benjamin K. Smith* Benjamin Smith is a researcher at the University of California-Santa Barbara'sDepartment of Communication and Orfalea Center for Global & International Studies. He is an experienced social research expert, specialising in quantitative methods, marketing and market research. <http://bit.ly/mfcevents> Have special inquiries or want stay updated on future workshops? Please email [log in to unmask] <http://bit.ly/2u6mnvL> <http://bit.ly/2v0XaQo> <[log in to unmask]> <http://bit.ly/2v0R6r4> ________________End of message________________ This Disability-Research Discussion list is managed by the Centre for Disability Studies at the University of Leeds (www.leeds.ac.uk/disability-studies). Enquiries about list administration should be sent to [log in to unmask] Archives and tools are located at: www.jiscmail.ac.uk/lists/disability-research.html You can VIEW, POST, JOIN and LEAVE the list by logging in to this web page.