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Summer Schools

TRiSS is has a range of exciting summer school programmes for launch in 2017. 

3 day course on Managing Yourself & Leading Your Team (20-22 September 2017)Managing Yourself
This three day training course is aimed at providing key team management and leadership skills to newly promoted team leaders and middle level management. The course will offer a rigorous but very practical approach to understanding and facilitating people management skills. The content of the course is based on the outputs of industry based research and will be facilitated by experienced researchers and trainers.

Application details available shortly, in the meantime please contact triss@tcd.ie for further information

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5 day course “Learning by Doing” Quantitative Research Methods (21-25 August)Quantative Research Methods
This course is designed to provide postgraduate students and researchers in the social science area with systematic training in basic and advanced quantitative research methods using commonly used statistical tools including SPSS AMOS and Mplus. Topics include research design, measurement, reliability, validity test, multiple linear regression, mediation, moderation, moderated mediation test, structural equation modelling (SEM), and mediation & moderation SEM.  On completion of the course participants will be able to understand a range of quantitative research methods and apply these techniques to their own data analysis.

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Cost Benefit3 day Course on Cost Benefit Analysis (Dates To Be Confirmed)
TRiSS has organised a 3-day short term course on cost benefit analysis aimed at civil servants during the summer of 2017. The course will focus on how to conduct an effective cost benefit analysis (CBA) with special emphasis on the public sector. The course will be held in Trinity College Dublin. The maximum number of participants will be limited to 40. Cost per participant for the full three days is €600. The course will be delivered by Ranadeva Jayasekera (TCD), Ronan Lyons (TCD) and Magdalena Kowalczyk (Poznan University of Economics). Application details available shortly, in the meantime please contact triss@tcd.ie for further information

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Policy Impact3 day Course on Policy Impact Evaluation (11-13 September)
The aim of the workshop is to provide training to development practitioners, NGOs, policy makers and postgraduate students on the methodologies used for impact evaluation. The course will explore some of the more advanced techniques used to measure the impact of programs and policy interventions. It will provide guidance on the challenges involved in carrying out evaluations and present practical examples of the types of evaluations conducted in developing countries. Participants will be involved in a group project and presentation to facilitate a discussion on the issues related to evaluating programme effectiveness and to enhance learning by bringing together different perspectives.   

Please contact narcisog@tcd.ie for further information