1 To 1 Tailored Training
We provide tailored training to suit your specific needs at a date and time convenient to you. Due to the Covid-19 situation, our one-to-one tailored training is via online screen sharing.
You will also need a working copy of NVivo software installed on your computer for the training.
Training is charged at an hourly rate of £49+VAT for Students and £65+VAT for non-students. We recommend you buy a 4-hour plan that will take you from the beginning to your write-up.
We must receive a completed Request Form before training is delivered. Please ensure you have a working copy of NVivo on your computer before the training, otherwise download a copy, install and check that it is working.
We deliver all our remote session via GoToMeeting screen sharing software in a secure and private online meeting room. You will need an internet connection with headphones or a telephone.
You will receive a comprehensive instructional workbook.
After Training Support
You will receive ongoing after training support via phone, email and screen sharing.
We require at least 2-working days notice to change a confirmed meeting date and time. A cancellation notice should be given at least 3 working days in advance, otherwise 50% payment is required.
A typical structure of 1-1 tailored programme is as follows BUT, the training will be tailored to your needs:
- Create your project from scratch, if you have not already created it.
- Create folders to store your transcripts and other data sources.
- Import your data sources into NVivo.
- If applicable, you will be shown how to format your focus group data in readiness for importing.
- Setup the demographic attributes for your 1-1 transcripts, focus groups, survey datasheets.
- You will learn how to make notes: create project journal, annotations, memos, See Also links, and hyperlinks.
- Develop your thematic coding framework to code your data into.
- Code your transcripts and other data sources into both open codes and thematic coding framework.
- Tidy up your coding: re-house your open codes into the thematic coding framework; merge some nodes to generate a simpler coding system for analysis; use colour to gather related codes into themes.
- Set up queries – simple and advance- to explore and to answer your research questions.
- Use sets – static and dynamic – to organise complex subgroups to feed into queries.
- Use visual tools-Maps, Charts, Diagrams- to create presentation views of your current understanding, as well as to explore relationships in your data.
- Export your reference summaries or query outputs into Microsoft Word to begin your writing up.
- Learn how to generate framework matrices if required, to systematically review your literature.