Getting what you want from a survey
This one-day workshop facilitated by Acuity Director Denise Raine will provide participants with a practical understanding of survey design that they can apply to housing research projects at their workplace.
Aims & objectives
By the end of the workshop programme participants will be able to:
- Understand the need for housing research and what constitutes good research
- Identify appropriate research methods (qualitative & quantitative) to meet their organisation’s needs
- Specify what they want to achieve from a survey
- Design survey questionnaires
- Choose the right methods for their survey
In doing so, the workshops will cover:
- Survey populations
- Sampling frames and margins of error
- Types of surveys (satisfaction, transactional, in-depth research)
- Question sets
- Industry standardised questions – STAR, NP, ONS, UKCSI, HACT social value
- Response scales
- Response rates
- Resident input
- Survey bias
- Data protection, anonymity and confidentiality
- Costs and resources (in-house & external)
Who should attend / participant numbers
Anyone who wants to develop their ability to design, commission, manage and deliver housing research projects (maximum of 18 participants).
Dates / locations
20 November 2014 in London
£175 (includes comprehensive and informative materials)
Further information / bookings
Contact us on 01273 311677 or email@example.com. Click here to book onto this workshop.
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