Nowadays SPSS is considered as a general method of data analysis that brings together path analysis and factor analysis. In fact, SPSS software is most commonly used by many academics worldwide.
The workshop will help early career academics with all the required tools and techniques of how to use SPSS analysis. More specifically, the workshop aims to provide a thorough introduction to SPSS, and will also deal with some important, related issues. These include mediation analysis, moderation, and methods for handling missing data. Moreover, the emphasis will be on analysing continuous variables with approximately normal distributions, but we will also cover how to handle non- normal data. Finally, most of the analyses will be carried out with SPSS software package.
The goal of the workshop is to increase knowledge and requisite skills of participants on the use of SPSS and to enable them to make the most of this powerful software package while allowing them to work independently with SPSS on their own data and provide a solid foundation for advanced data analysis work.
The objectives of the workshop are:
At the end of the course, participants should be able to:
Interested organizations/institutions/individuals are expected to have laptop(s) while attending the workshop, and individuals attending should be from any discipline. Please feel free to bring your own datasets for practice while performing the tasks demonstrated by the trainer. If you have SPSS already installed on your machine the better. However, it is not a must because you will be provided with a temporary version for the training.
This is 1-day training program, 8 hours (equivalent to 10 credit)
Workshop only: £100 each person which covers training, materials, and attendance certificate, lunch for the day and networking event.