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  • Short Courses 11th January 2011 to 13th January 2011

    Policy analysis and evaluation from a qualitative perspective

    This three day introductory course is for government social researchers and other policy-related researchers and analysts who want to know more about qualitative methods of social research, and how to use them effectively in policy-related research and evaluation.

  • Short Courses 9th February 2011 to 10th February 2011

    Longitudinal analysis

    This two day introductory course is for government social researchers and other policy related researchers and analysts who want to know more about longitudinal data and research design, and how longitudinal data and research can be used to answer key policy questions. It forms the first two days of the four day MSc module on ‘Longitudinal Research and Analysis’, but can be taken as a stand-alone course.

  • Short Courses 22nd February 2011 to 24th February 2011

    Research synthesis for policy and practice

    This four day course (22-23 Feb & 12-13 Apr) is for government social researchers and policy-related researchers and analysts who want to explore in detail the technical and practical issues associated with systematic reviews and meta-analysis and with methods of synthesis.

  • Short Courses 2nd March 2011 to 3rd March 2011

    Longitudinal modelling

    This two day advanced course aims to provide the methodological and technical skills required to understand the role that longitudinal data can play in the analysis and evaluation of government and other policy interventions. It is intended as a follow on from the Longitudinal Analysis course.

  • Short Courses 8th March 2011 to 9th March 2011

    Experimental & quasi-experimental evaluation

    This two day introductory course is for government and other policy-related social researchers and analysts who want to know more about experimental and quasi-experimental methods, and how to use them effectively in government and policy-related research and evaluation.

  • Short Courses 12th April 2011 to 14th April 2011

    Research synthesis for policy and practice

    This four-day course (22-23 Feb & 12-13 Apr) is for government social researchers and policy-related researchers and analysts who want to explore in detail the technical and practical issues associated with systematic reviews and meta-analysis and with methods of synthesis.

  • Workshop 4th May 2011 to 5th May 2011

    Evaluation Methods and Economic Appraisal Part 1

    This two day course explains the role that economic analysis can play in policy evaluation. It focuses on a selection of quasi experimental approaches to evaluation of policy. This course can be taken together with Evaluation Methods and Economic Appraisal Part 2 as a 4 day course in order to gain a more comprehensive course on quantitative methods of evaluation.

  • Workshop 10th May 2011 to 11th May 2011

    Introductory workshop on the 1958 National Child Development Study (NCDS) and the 1970 British Cohort Study (BCS70)


    Tuesday, 10 May 2011
    Institute of Education, University of London

  • 18th May 2011 to 19th May 2011

    Evaluation Methods and Economic Appraisal Part 2

    This two day course explains the role that economic analysis can play in policy evaluation. It focuses on a selection of quasi experimental approaches to evaluation of policy. This course can be taken together with Evaluation methods and economic appraisal Part 1 as a 4 day course in order to gain a more comprehensive course on quantitative methods of evaluation.

  • Workshop 24th May 2011 to 25th May 2011

    Introductory workshop on the Millennium Cohort Study: MCS4


    Tuesday, 24 May 2011
    Institute of Education, University of London