The Quantitative Research Methods Training Unit (QRM-TU) offers a series of training session which aim to develop the knowledge, understanding and skills necessary to specify, test, and interpret latent variable statistical models and propensity score matching techniques. All courses are held at the University of Huddersfield and there are places for a maximum of 20 participants per course.
The courses are delivered by means of lectures and practical sessions. All analyses are conducted under supervision of the lead instructor and three tutors to maximise learning outcomes (we offer a 1:5 instructor student ratio). Each course concludes with a question and answer session, and there is always the opportunity for participants to discuss their own studies with the tutors.
Confirmatory Factor Analysis using Mplus (CFA, Bifactorial Modelling, Test for Factorial Invariance)
Structural Equation Modelling using Mplus and Amos, (SEM, Mediation Analysis within SEM framework, Path Analysis)
Latent Growth Analysis using Mplus and Amos
Latent Class Analysis using Mplus
Propensity Score Analysis using R (greedy matching and full matching techniques, post-matching multivariate analysis)
Propensity Score Matching and Structural Equation Modelling using R
Moderation Analysis using SPSS (Moderated Logistic and Multiple Regression)
If you would like to enquire further about the courses offered by the QRM-TU contact:
Dr Daniel Boduszek