Training and Instruction
Statistical Consulting can provide software training sessions for groups and courses on request. Demonstrations can be created for any of our supported software packages, and can be up to sixty minutes in length.
We can mix and match any of the following components in a presentation:
- "How-to" software demonstrations
- Informational sessions
- Comparison of software packages
- Question and answer sessions
- Interactive workshops
To request an instructional session, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
How long does it take to create a presentation after I submit my request?
The amount of time required to prepare your presentation depends on the length, complexity, and interactivity of your request. When we first respond to your request, we'll give you an approximation of how long we'll need to prepare, and can set a tentative date, time, and location for the presentation. In general, we ask that you allow at least 7 business days for us to prepare your request.
Can presentations be held outside my class's regularly scheduled time or location?
You can choose to have the seminar given during your class's regular time, or to have the presentation held outside normal class hours. Additionally, we can hold the training session in your normal classroom, or in one of the library's classrooms.
Are instructional sessions only held at the Kent campus?
No. Arrangements can be made to hold the seminar at your campus or to hold a webinar; please contact us directly at email@example.com.
Does Statistical Consulting ever give public seminars or classes?
Any workshops or presentations open to the public will be listed on our websites.
What kind of training sessions have you given in the past?
Some of the past training sessions we've given have been:
- Intro to SAS and SPSS
- Introduction to NVivo
- Qualtrics Basics
- Research Software Support for Graduate Students