Course: Qualitative Methods for Conservation

This new course will teach you how to collect and analyse qualitative data such as that collected from interviews. Qualitative methods are often unfamiliar to conservation professionals - but they yield vital evidence. Build your skills and confidence on this course (online or in person)
Course: Qualitative Methods for Conservation
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✨ ✨ New course now available: Qualitative Methods for Conservation ✨✨

  

❓ Do you need to conduct research interviews with stakeholders? 

📑 Are you grappling with text-based data – and wondering how words can even be data? 

😟 Have you been asked to use qualitative methods but you’re not sure how to proceed?

 

This new course from Human Nature will train you in how to collect and analyse qualitative data. You’ll learn from experienced social scientist and trainer Dr Rebecca Jefferson through taught content and task-based workshops. 

 

If you want the chance to develop the skills and confidence to use qualitative research methods in your own project, this is the course for you. 

 

Available online over five sessions 20th-24th November (£375) or in person over three days 5th to 7th December (London - £695) with discounted rates for charities and students. 

 

Spaces limited to 20 per course.

 

For all the information and to book your place visit https://humannature.co.uk/qmc

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