Free online training
We offer the following training courses. The prices shown below are for online delivery with a web meeting involving you and the instructor.
|Course||Summary||Pricing (excluding applicable taxes)|
|Standard Training||This the standard training course given to 95%+ clients. It focuses on setting up data in Q.||USD 695|
|Basic Training||This runs for two hours this is appropriate in situations where a data processing team is going to be responsible for completing all of the set up of the data.||USD 585|
|Introduction To Market Research Analysis Using Q||This runs for four hours and covers the basics of analysis in Q and how to interpret market research data. It is appropriate in situations where a data processing team is going to be responsible for completing all of the set up of the data.||USD 895|
|Training For Data Processing Teams||This runs for three hours and trains DP teams to set up projects in Q for less-skilled users.||USD 695|
|Q&A||A 50 minute question and answer session, on any topic you want.||USD 195|
|Topic Training||This is two hour training session devoted to a specific topic, as nominated by you.||USD 585|
Contact support to book a training course.
Face-to-face training is also possible for an additional USD 500 plus any travel costs and applicable taxes.
Creating your own training course
- Download the Q Cheat Sheets and modify them to meet your needs.
- Prepare a training plan. A good strategy for doing this is:
- Identify a data set you wish to use for the training. Ideally, you want a data set that allows you to demonstrate all topics on the Q Cheat Sheets that you wish to cover in the training.
- Set up the data yourself, working your way through Basic Workflow For Checking and Cleaning a Project, making sure you can identify and can resolve any issues that will arise during the training.
- Make a copy of the Q Cheat Sheets, or, a new document, which clearly links each of the topics that you wish to cover in the cheat sheets with the best example in the questionnaire.
- Have the training plan in a way that permits you to check off things as you go, so you can easily see any topics that need to be covered. Generally, this means either printing it out or using a program like OneNote which allows you to have tick boxes.
- Make sure that you can see the screens of people that you are training, and regularly check that everybody is caught up, as if you instead just "broadcast" (e.g., show a series of slides, or, demonstrate what you are doing), generally people will only tell you they are lost when it is too late to recover.
- During the training work your way through the training plan, crossing off topics as you complete them.