The New Zealand Social Statistics Network (NZSSN) assists in developing social science research in the academic, government, and private sectors, following the model of the Australian Consortium for Social and Political Research Incorporated (ACSPRI).
NZSSN's core business is the running of short courses in social science research methods, and our next planned programmes of courses are in November 2018 in Wellington, and February 2019 in Auckland. Please see the planned courses below along with the dates when we plan to offer them. Click the link for any course for much more information on it!
For enquiries on anything related to NZSSN, please email email@example.com.
|Qualitative Research Techniques||18–22 February|
|Applied Statistical Procedures||18–22 February|
|SPSS for Researchers||18–20 February|
|Questionnaire Design||18–20 February|
|Introduction to Structural Equation Modelling with Mplus||20–21 February|
|Multiple-Group Analysis and Measurement Invariance||22 February|
|Mediation, Moderation, and Moderated Mediation with SEM||25 February|
|Multi-Level Analysis with Structural Equation Modelling||26 February|
|Longitudinal Studies and Latent Variable Growth Curve Modelling||27 February|
|Mixed Methods in Social Research||25 February –
|Programme Evaluation: Supporting Evidence-Informed Practice||25–28 February|
|VHIN Introduction to Health Research in the IDI||25 February|
|Introduction to SQL||26–27 February|
|Introduction to R||28 February –