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Project Management & Screener Development
Fundamentals of Moderating
All About Ethnography
Moderating: Kid and Teen Qualitative Sessions
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Qualitative Analysis & Reporting
Qualitative Toolbox - Interventions/Projective Techniques
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Mastery in Action & Master Moderator Exam
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RIVA 241 - Qualitative Analysis & Reporting
Course Fee: $2,975 US$This course provides an experiential training format in which students can learn how to analyze and report findings from qualitative interviews and focus groups. Students will receive techniques and trainer feedback on how to capture the wealth of qualitative data and turn it into clear, concise, written communication for their clients. This course requires the use of laptop computers for both class days.
After taking this course, graduates will:
- Understand the analysis process
- Have strategies for tackling the task of analysis
- Know ways to capture fast data and report it
- Understand appropriate methods for reporting qualitative data
- Develop their own unique styles to differentiate their reports
- Analyze effectively from both audio or transcripts
- Gain insight into classic analysts' problems
- Have methods for delivering "bad news"
- Understand the role of ethics in qualitative research
Overview of role and challenges in analysis & reporting data, capturing & organizing data for analysis, quick-start analysis techniques, addressing client expectations, reporting styles & formats, cookbook techniques for reporting & analysis, and review of actual reports from RIVA studies.
Using homework assignment, students will all write one section of a report within a 1 hour timeframe using techniques learned on Day 1. In addition, students will also write individual unique sections of a report based on the homework assignment. Under the coaching and guidance of the trainer, students will also receive critiques and feedback on how to maximize their analysis style and reporting effectiveness.
Upcoming Courses - Course Fee $2,975 US$
- Rockville, MD
June 22-23, 2017 - Register Online
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After completing this RIVA course, you will receive a "Certificate of Completion" stating you have completed the coursework that was required of you. This is not the same as saying you are "certified" as a moderator/analyst/planner/facilitator. You may add this terminology to your resume: "Holds a Certificate of Completion in [NAME OF TRAINING COURSE], from the RIVA Training Institute." You cannot say you are a "Certified Researcher" because you have not completed a written exam or practicum. If you are interested in certification, please review RIVA's Master Moderator Certificate Program.