Essential. Flexible. Professional.
With QualitativeMind.com organising training and development is easy.
Essential, because the quality of the research depends on the quality of the researcher. It's their knowledge, skills and expertise that makes the difference. And sets you apart from all those who do research without any formal training whatsoever.
Flexible. Work in-between, around or as part of projects. Quick coaching, or long-term development. Online, telephone, in-house at your offices. Get inspired with new projectives and methods, find industry courses, get feedback on your moderating skills, buy materials for DIY training.
Professional. Joanna has developed and delivered courses for many years, for AQR and MRS as well as research agencies large and small. She is a Fellow of the MRS, a full time educator, and a passionate quallie. Her courses are consistently rated as engaging, enjoyable and effective.
Training in face to face and online research methods, beginners to advanced, interviewing and moderating, analysis and reporting, projective and enabling techniques, workshops, NLP, consumer psychology - any combination is possible.
www.qualitativemind.com is a unique source of professional qualitative research training.
Increase your confidence, competence and creativity in qualitative research. Please call to discuss your training or coaching needs, and don't worry about the surname - its pronounced Shan-ov-ska.
6 Weald Court
West Sussex RH14 9RS
Other methods of contact
Qualitative Mind is a Freelance Qualitative Research Consultant and is a sole operator.
Employees who are AQR members
Skills, Expertise and Services
- Consumer Workshops
- Group Discussions and Focus Groups
- Online Qualitative Research
- Psychological and Motivational Research
Membership of Professional Organisations
- The Market Research Society
- The Independent Consultants Group
For further information about Qualitative Mind please contact them directly at the address shown above. When contacting this company, please mention that you found them on the AQR website.