Professional course

Introduction to Inference 1

About this course

Course code:
Z41000009
Applications:
University
Level:
Professional/Short Course
Department:
Engineering Design and Mathematics
Campus:
Frenchay Campus
Duration:
One day
Delivery:
Short course delivered through both taught and practical sessions.
Programme leader:
For enquiries relating to course content or suitability for you, please email Dr Paul White or telephone on +44 (0)117 32 83145.

Page last updated 8 February 2017

Introduction

We offer one-day short courses covering different aspects of applied statistics. Courses are non-credit bearing and are designed for quick learning of the material covered.

Fees include refreshments and lunch. Any course materials, including pre-reading, are included in the fee.

Entry requirements

Overseas students need to have, in advance of application, either a valid student visa or evidence of residency status in the UK.

Structure

Content

This course makes extensive use of SPSS and familiarity with descriptive statistics is assumed. We would expect attendees to have met statistical ideas at some point in their past and to have ideally completed the course 'Introduction to SPSS'.

This one-day course discusses the underpinning logical arguments for statistical inference and the terminology used. The logic is explained in the context of commonly used tests such as the chi-square test of association, McNemar's test (chi-square for related data), paired samples t-test, independent samples t-test, correlation, the one-way analysis of variance and post hoc tests. The course is (as far as possible) a hands-on course and SPSS is used throughout the day.

Introduction to Statistical Inference (1) is designed so that you can learn how to make logical and valid conclusions from your data. The focus is on the practical implementation of statistical techniques using SPSS, with further emphasis placed on incorporating good study design into your planning.

Assessment

This is a non-credit bearing course and no assessment will be undertaken. You will receive a certificate of attendance on completion of the course.

Prices and dates

Supplementary fee information

- External participants £195

- UWE Alumni and Staff (including those registered as PhD students) £100

- UWE PhD and Masters students £60

Course Dates

There are currently no dates available for this course. Please contact us to register your interest and we will let you know when the course is next scheduled to run.

How to apply

How to apply

For all enquiries, please complete our online enquiry form or contact us on the number below.

For further information

  • Email: For all course queries, please complete the online enquiry form above.
  • Telephone: +44 (0)117 32 87166

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