Bath Social and Development Research (BSDR) is delighted to offer a two-day training course for any Monitoring & Evaluation practitioners interested in joining their network of accredited QuIP Lead Evaluators.
The course will take place on Monday 26th and Tuesday 27th February 2018 in a central Bath location. The cost for the two-day course is £600 (plus VAT), including a sandwich lunch and refreshments. The course will be run by experienced QuIP practitioners along with Professor James Copestake, author of the QuIP and Professor of International Development at the University of Bath.
About the QuIP Lead Evaluator training course:
BSDR has a remit to encourage and facilitate wider use of better qualitative methods in evaluation, and as such is launching a network of trained Lead Evaluators who will be able to design and manage QuIP studies, with support from BSDR as required. This two-day course will offer an in-depth introduction to the theory behind QuIP as well as the practical aspects of designing, costing and managing a study from sample selection to final data analysis.
The schedule will include:
• Methodological overview
• When and where a QuIP-type approach will be appropriate
• Planning a QuIP: time scales, roles and expectations
• Sampling strategy
• Questionnaire design
• Data collection (an overview)
• Data coding (an overview)
• Presentation of analysis
• Options for triangulation and closing the feedback loop
Read more about QUIP on BetterEvaluation's approach page.