October 20, 2019

Essentials of Market & Social Research

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Essentials of Market & Social Research
Essentials of Market & Social Research
Essentials of Market & Social Research
Essentials of Market & Social Research
27
Aug
-
29
Aug

Essentials of Market & Social Research

Price:Ksh 15000

Basic Training 2019 (Introduction to Market & Social Research)

Course Overview

Introduction
Basic training course targets new comers in the research industry and is meant to help participants build a firm foundation and improve their capabilities within the research field in the following areas:

  • Introduction to Research
  • Research Ethics
  • Impact of Research
  • Research Processes
  • Quantitative Research
  • Qualitative Research
  • Class Exercise

Course Format
The course facilitators will use a combination of various teaching methodologies that include – lectures, real-life examples and get the participants to engage in practical exercises.

Course Duration
Takes a 3 day – extensive approach and participants are required to attend ALL sessions taking place as well as achieve the set pass-mark following successful completion of the exam offered to guarantee certification by the Association.

Who Should Attend
The training targets both research service providers and consumers of research, and those seeking a better overall understanding of the market & social research industry. The training targets new comers to Market and Social Research.

Why Attend

  • To obtain valuable insights from the best in the industry.
  • To experience a hands-on research approach to Market & Social Research.

Date / Venue

Charges

  • MSRA Members: Kshs 15,000 (Incl. Vat)
  • Non-Members: Kshs 17,000 (Incl. Vat)

Registration

 

Date And Time

27-08-2019 – 29-08-2019
 

Location

Jacaranda Avenue, Lavington, Nairobi
 

Venue

Lenana House Conference Centre
 

Event Types

Workshop
 

Event Category

Training
 

Registration End Date

2019-08-21
 
 

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