Monday 28th March 2016, 2:00pm - 5.30pm Central Park Zoo, New York City
This practical workshop provides an introduction to how you can analyse qualitative data for evaluation purposes to create valuable, relevant insights. This workshop will focus on the analysis of qualitative data you have already collected. This workshop will help you address the following questions:
What are the steps involved in analysing qualitative evaluation data?
How do you analyse different kinds of qualitative data, in particular interview versus focus group data?
How can you report qualitative results to stakeholders?
How can qualitative and quantitative results complement each other?
What are the indicators of good or poor quality qualitative analysis?
This workshop is part of a series aimed to address the entire process of qualitative evaluation.
Sarah Bromley is a Research Analyst at WRAP (Waste and Resources Action Programme) supporting evaluation for socially innovative projects. She is currently working on the EU FUSIONS project, aimed at reducing food waste across all stages of the food chain in household/consumer and the hospitality sector.
Dr Eric Jensen
Dr Eric Jensen (Associate Professor, Sociology Dept, University of Warwick) is a leading social scientist specialising in innovative methods of conducting impact evaluation research. He holds a PhD in Sociology from the University of Cambridge and has led many groundbreaking projects on new social research technologies.
CiticenM Hotel, London Bankside Friday 4th March 2016 2:00pm - 5.30pm
How To Reserve Your Place
We have a maximum capacity of 27 delegates for this workshop.
For-Profit Businesses - Early Bird Discount
Non-Profit Organisations and Unaffiliated Individuals
Non-Profit Organisations and Unaffiliated Individuals - Early Bird Discount
Concessionary (Students / Unemployed)
Concessionary (Students / Unemployed) - Early Bird Discount
*If you want to attend this workshop but find that you cannot afford it, please email email@example.com with a short explanation of your circumstances, how much you can afford and we will work with you to consider cost adjustments.
Guiding you on state of the art research techniques
Methods for Change is a series of practitioner focused workshops designed to guide you and your organisation on the best evaluation and research techniques and ideas available. These sessions will empower you and your organisation to become more effective at gathering and getting the most out of your data.
Workshops cover a range of evaluation tools and techniques for data collection and analysis, focusing on different sectors with invited expert speakers and facilitators. All of this is aimed at helping to provide resources and support to enable better quality evaluation and research to improve services and practices.