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. Our next programme of courses is planned for November 2020 in Wellington. We will distribute details closer to the time.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Martin von Randow, +64 9 923 4499, if you have any enquiries in the meantime.
Please see below the courses we have run in recent years and are likely to offer if there is enough demand.
|Course||Fee: Student||Fee: Other|
|Applied Statistical Procedures||$NZ1,125||$NZ2,250|
|Qualitative Research: Designing, Doing, and Getting it Done||$NZ1,125||$NZ2,250|
|Introduction to SQL||$NZ450||$NZ900|
|Introduction to Stata||$NZ1,125||$NZ2,250|
|Mixed Methods in Social Research||$NZ1,125||$NZ2,250|
|Programme Evaluation: Supporting Evidence-Informed Practice||$NZ675||$NZ1,350|
|Introduction to Structural Equation Modelling with Mplus||$NZ450||$NZ900|
|Multiple-Group Analysis and Measurement Invariance||$NZ225||$NZ450|
|Mediation and Moderation in SEM||$NZ225||$NZ450|
|Multi-Level Analysis with SEM||$NZ225||$NZ450|
|Latent Variable Growth Curve Modelling||$NZ225||$NZ450|