New Online Training Course
The Art of Investigation: Qualitative Research Methods
Last week we gathered a small group of development professionals for our first ever qualitative research training course – The Art of Investigation – and what a group it was! Participants joined us from eight different countries and numerous specialisms (including housing, agriculture, nutrition, gender, tourism, agriculture, skills, environment, forestry and aquaculture!) but there was one area where this group wasn’t diverse – every single participant was open-minded, keen to learn and committed to engaging fully in order to improve our qualitative research skills together.
Much of development practice depends on our ability to gather and analyse qualitative data and apply the findings. It was an enormous privilege to work last week with talented development professionals on improving this critical and too-often underrated set of skills, and we’re already getting excited to meet our next group of participants.
You can read a full recap on our blog.
A second session is coming!
We had so much interest from all over the globe for our first event that we'd love to host a second programme in the later part of 2021. Dates are still to be confirmed, but in order to be as inclusive as possible, we're looking to prioritise participants based in North/Central/South America time zone - subject to interest. Applications from all time zones are welcome however.
So if this is for you, or your team, sign up now!!