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Hands on Moderating Skills

!! Back again by popular demand !! AQR's Hands On Moderating Skills Course. This one day course is designed to give researchers with 0 3 years' experience a really hands-on opportunity to get to grips with moderating.

We all remember how we felt moderating our first groups, we wanted practice and confidence. This course will give you just that!

Led by Yas Asare-Anderson, Associate Director Media Development — Qual, Ipsos

Tutors include:
Afra Acquah, Associate Director, Discovery Research
Denzie Davies, Director, Qualitative UK and Ireland, Insights Division, Kantar

PLEASE NOTE - We take 16 Maximum on this course and only 3 from any one company.

Online tutorial on the theory

  • When and how to choose groups
  • Types of groups you can consider
  • The theory about running groups
  • Introduction to moderating techniques
  • Preparing a discussion outline to refine in, hands on training

1 day of hands-on training

  • Putting your learning into practice
  • Refining your curious questioning and eliciting skills
  • Practicing active listening and observation skills
  • Understanding and managing group dynamics via hands-on moderating

Mixing online tutorials and a hands-on approach — giving you a chance to learn and prepare in your own time (and talking to colleagues around you!) followed by hands-on training where you put your techniques into practice with coaching and feedback from our course leaders

Cost:
Special discounted price for AQR members: £395 + VAT (membership is individual not corporate)
Non member price £545 + VAT (includes membership to AQR for 1 year)

Booking: Book online using the links below

Date:
16th October 2019

Time:
9.00am to 5.00pm

Venue:
iView London
Wellington House
125-130 Strand
London WC2R 0AP

Map of location:
StreetMap of WC2R 0AP

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