If you are just getting started with NVivo, or looking for some more advanced training, there are several very good opportunities coming up this spring, including face-to-face workshops; self-paced, week-long online courses; and dedicated sessions.
F2F workshops. Two-day classroom workshops are offered in several cities, including Denver (March 16-17) and Chicago (May 18-19). These workshops are hands-on sessions which begin with the basics and offer you a chance to immerse in NVivo, coming away with a strong conceptual understanding and a start on your own project. The cost for the workshops alone is $650 for the two days, or $550 for students.
Self-paced, week-long online courses. Self-paced online courses are available on an ongoing basis for both NVivo for Windows and NVivo for Mac. Each course (“Fundamentals” and “Moving On”) runs for one week with a discussion forum monitored by a team of instructors, and culminates with a “live” webinar session where you have the opportunity to share your work, and your questions, with an instructor. The week-long online courses are $50 each for students ($100 for others).
Dedicated sessions. Dedicated sessions vary by the number in the group:
- $2,800 per day for a group of up to 15 if we’re there in person (plus a pass-through of travel/accommodation costs)
- $460 per hour for a group of 4-15
- $350 per hour for 2-3
- $250 per hour for a single person
Unfortunately, there are no student rates for the dedicated sessions.
For more information about these courses, see the QSR Training and Consultancy Services.
To discuss the possibility of a dedicated session for your own research team, contact email@example.com.