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Wednesday, 12 November 2014

Australian Consortium for Social and Political Research Incorporated (ACSPRI) Summer Programs

The Australian Consortium for Social and Political Research Inc (ACSPRI) is a not-for-profit organisation that, among other activities, has offered a range of intensive, small-group, 5-day courses in research methodology and research-related technology for university, government and public sector researchers for nearly three decades.


Early Bird Rates for the 2015 ACSPRI Summer Program close soon. Places are still available in around 30 courses at what is our largest annual program of research methods courses; taking place across three weeks in Canberra (19th – 23rd Jan at Australian National University) and Melbourne (2nd – 6th & 9th – 13th Feb at University of Melbourne). The upcoming Summer Program offers a choice of a range of courses from introductory statistics and introductory qualitative research, through to advanced structural equation modelling and many topics in between. This includes a couple of brand new courses:

Fundamentals of Mixed Method Designs, and

Applied Longitudinal Data Analysis

Discounts apply to staff and students at ACSPRI member organisations, which includes Monash University. Additional discounts are also available prior to the Early Bird Deadline on 19th November. Staff from member organisations pay $1650 up until midnight AEDT on this date ($1800 thereafter), compared with the full rate of $3230. Full time students pay only $1070 before the same deadline ($1800 thereafter).

Full program information, timetables, booking instructions, FAQs and a list of course outlines by title can all be found at www.acspri.org.au/summerprogram2015.

Queries about the program can be forwarded to info@acspri.org.au or phoned through to 03 8456 6520 (email is usually most efficient).

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