Questionnaire Design - NatCen Learning: sharing our experience

Start: Oct. 7, 2009
End: Oct. 8, 2009
Place: Edinburgh (UK)
Organizer: NatCen Learning
This two-day course is aimed at giving participants a thorough grounding in questionnaire design. It will be delivered via a combination of taught and practical sessions.

Course content covers:

the purpose of surveys and questionnaires, identifying the key decisions researchers have to make;
how to design questionnaires;
design issues for self-completion questionnaires (paper and web-based);
question wording and communication with respondents;
general principles of questionnaire design;
measuring behaviour;
designing questionnaires for children and young people.
This course will be highly participatory, with workshops aimed at providing hands-on experience of designing questionnaires and survey questions.

Members of NatCen’s Quantitative Research Department (QRD) and Survey Methods Unit (SMU) will deliver the course. Participants receive a course folder and associated resource documents.

The cost of this two-day course is £650. Participants will be limited to a maximum group size of 18.
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