Proposal Writing and Data analysis Training Program For Postgraduate Students
Welcome to a THREE WEEK short course hands on PROPOSAL WRITING and Data analysis program.
About this course:
Are you new to proposal writing or want a quick refresher?
Are you a postgraduate student?
Are undergraduate planning for higher degrees
If so, you don't want to miss one of our most popular classes !
Tool to be used:
Proposal writing and analysis through SPSS will give you an edge of quick, easy and solid proposal writing skills
The Proposal Writing Training course will help you understand the concerns of potential elements of academic proposal development.
At the end of the training each participant is expected to be able to do the following
i. Identify researchable topics and title writing
ii. Write good background
iii. Develop statement of the problem
iv. Write research objectives
v. Write significance
vi. Review theories
vii. Review empirical
viii. Identify the research gap
ix. Develop a conceptual framework
x. Develop research methodology part competence ( philosophy, approach, design, population and sampling techniques, data collection tools and how to create questionnaires and interview guides, )
The data analysis through SPSS course will help you to understand several types of statistic techniques that you may apply before interpreting your collected data. The course will be practical oriented with problem solving approach.
At the end of the training each participant is expected to be able to do the following.
i. Present the questionnaire in both data and variable view
ii. Perform various descriptive statistics
iii. Create simple and complex tables and charts
iv. Write the results of statistical analyses using APA format
v. Interpret the output of a number of different statistical tests
Three (3) Weekes
Course fee: 250,000/=
TSH for OUT students and staff
To be paid at:
The National Bank of Commerce
Account no: 011103033713
Dr. France Shayo
Mr. Richard Laizer - 0687063988
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