The New Zealand Social Statistics Network (NZSSN) assists in the development of quantitative social science research in the academic, government, and private sectors.
The New Zealand Social Statistics Network (NZSSN) runs short courses in social science research methods.
Applied Statistical Procedures
A course giving a good overview of a number of statistical procedures all in one place, from Chi-Square to Multivariate Analysis of Variance to Factor Analysis.
Qualitative Research: Designing, doing, and getting it done
An introductory course designed for those with no background in research or previous experience with qualitative techniques of data collection and analysis.
Mixed Methods in Social Research
A course for researchers who want to know more about using both qualitative and quantitative methods, delving deeply into the theory and practice on both sides.
Programme Evaluation: Supporting Evidence-Informed Practice
A course for public sector workers and academics commissioning, managing, or conducting evaluations of public policy or programmes.
VHIN Introduction to Research in the IDI
A course on Statistics New Zealand's Integrated Data Infrastructure (IDI) and the requirements and processes for getting started with analysing its data.
Introduction to SQL
A course covering SQL coding queries using Azure Data Studio. A good tie-in to our IDI intro course, and applicable in many other areas.