Training Courses and Events for the National Centre for Research Methods

As a new Senior Fellow of the National Centre for Research Methods (NCRM) Dr Kahryn Hughes will be commissioning cutting edge training in qualitative research methods, particularly Qualitative Secondary Analysis and Qualitative Longitudinal research methods for all UK social scientists for the next five years.

Ongoing dates and details of this training will appear below.

The NCRM was established by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) in 2004. In January 2020 NCRM entered a new phase with an ESRC award for 5 years. The new phase focuses on delivering a comprehensive programme of cutting-edge research methods training across the UK. This phase is still delivered by the Universities of Southampton, Manchester and Edinburgh but this partnership is significantly enhanced and expanded to include strategically selected Centre partner institutions who will deliver training locally to ensure geographical and subject expertise diversity. The nine institutions are UCL, NatCen, WISERD, Bristol, Exeter, Essex, Leeds, Liverpool and Glasgow.

For further information on all the NCRM courses, please visit their Training & Events database.

Events

Wednesday 23 – Thursday 24 June, 2021: Making a Difference with Qualitative Longitudinal Research: Fluid Enquiry, Complex Causality, Policy Processes

Professor Bren Neale


Thursday 13 – Thursday 20 May, 2021: Working with time, intersubjectivity, and the vernacular imaginary: perspectives and practices from history and sociology

Professor Jon Lawrence and Dr Dawn Lyon


Monday 10 – Wednesday 12 May, 2021: Getting personal with existing qualitative data: the fundamentals of data re-use and qualitative secondary analysis

Dr Anna Tarrant and Dr Kahryn Hughes


1st-3rd December 2020: Working with large amounts of secondary or primary qualitative data: Breadth-and-Depth Method

Dr. Emma Davidson, Dr. Susie Weller, Professor Lynn Jamieson and Professor Rosalind Edwards


If you have any queries about these events, please contact Dr Kahryn Hughes, k.a.hughes@leeds.ac.uk