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Winter School 2017

WINTER SCHOOL 2017 WILL OFFER A BROAD RANGE OF COURSES FOR MARKET AND SOCIAL RESEARCHERS.


RELEVANCE
The courses cover key aspects of our profession – spanning both qualitative and quantitative research - with a focus on subjects and content that are directly applicable to your practice. Winter School 2017 will deliver valuable new knowledge and skills so that delegates can keep pace with a rapidly changing marketplace.
 
FORMAT
Each course will be 4 hours long with a focus on delivering practical skills with a short-burst duration. Courses will be delivered face-to-face in one central location to maximise the quality of learning and to facilitate interaction between class members. This concentrated learning experience will deliver maximum knowledge in the minimum time in recognition of the time demands on today’s research professional.
 
DOUBLE YOUR LEARNING
The AMSRS Winter School Program is a unique opportunity for professionals to participate in a learning environment that provides different half-day courses on each of the 2 days. You can choose to attend one or more half-day courses. In this way, you can tailor your selection of courses each day to your individual needs.
 
INTERSTATE TRAVEL SUBSIDY
To encourage members located outside NSW to participate, discounts are offered to help offset the cost of interstate travel.
 
THE VENUE
The Grace Hotel
77 York Street, Sydney
P +612 9272 6888
 
QPMR – 25 POINTS PER HALF-DAY COURSE
The program provides delegates with an opportunity to extend their knowledge, interact with their peers and at the same time meet the QPMR scheme’s requirements for ongoing professional development.
 
BROAD RANGE OF TOPICS COVERED
Listed below is the range of topics on offer. You can choose a topic from each half day’s offerings to meet your individual requirements. Attend 1 or more sessions.
Winter School offers a broad range of courses for researchers of all levels, typically focusing on mid level researchers, but also including courses for less experienced and more experienced researchers.
In order to provide comprehensive skills training to members in all states, we offer very substantial discounts to members outside the state in which Winter School is being held.
 
WHO SHOULD BE ATTENDING?
Research practitioners who are seeking to gain maximum input on acquiring up-to-date knowledge and skills with a minimal time commitment. The course structure enables tailoring of course selection each day to meet individual needs.

KEY BENEFITS
Upon completion, participants in this program will have gained:
  • an increased understanding and knowledge in an important research domain;
  • knowledge of both the foundation and new approaches for undertaking market and social research;
  • an enhanced perspective on the emerging and ever-changing role of the researcher in today’s marketplace;
  • an expanded peer network through participation in group exercises; and
  • improved ability to deliver results through an extended skill set and broader understanding of the various techniques used in their chosen study area.
This brochure includes:
Course outlines
Course schedules
Program Timing
Speaker Profiles
Registration Fees
 
REGISTRATION INFORMATION
Listed below is the range of topics on offer. You can choose a topic from each half day’s offerings to meet your individual requirements. Attend 1 or more sessions.

Each course will include arrival and break refreshments.  If you choose 2 courses on the one day, lunch will be provided.

Winter School is held in Sydney, and as such we offer discounts to our members who will be travelling from interstate, to help offset the additional costs of their participation. Please refer to the pricing table below to see what discounts are offered.
 



CLICK ON EACH ONE TO GET AN OVERVIEW OF THE COURSE AND TO REGISTER.

 

Thursday 20th July 2017

Morning Courses (8:30am-12:30pm)
Presenter
Afternoon Courses (1:00pm-5:00pm)
 
Stephen Prendergast
Evaluation Design and Planning

Friday 21st July 2017

Morning Courses (8:30am-12:30pm)
Presenter
Afternoon Courses (1:00pm-5:00pm)