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Small group workshops for organizations and research groups are customer designed and are usually of 2 days duration, include presentations, demos, notes and hands-on practice, and cover the basics, the more advanced functions and tools as well as the opportunity for sessions for participants to work with their own data. The interactive nature of the workshops limits the number of participants - usually to a maximum of ten to twelve people per course.
Workshops are arranged to take place at your organisation's premises. The training venue would require a data projector. For venues that have not yet obtained the software, a 14-day trial copy of the most recent version of the software - currently NVIVO version 11 - can be downloaded for installation and checked in advance of the training dates - though within the 14-day expiry.
A 'Getting started guide', as well as animated tutorials and information on the technical requirements for running NVIVO11 on stand alone and lab machines are available linked to the QSR site on NVIVO 11 resources.
Online option  
One-to-one online support is available by arrangement. Access to a reliable online connection plus a headset for optimum speech and audio reception is strongly recommended.
Course pre-requisites
To obtain full benefit from the training participants should be familiar with their (usually but not exclusively Windows) operating system and interfaces including file and folder management. While it is recommended that participants also be familiar with their chosen qualitative data analysis approach, those who are new to qualitative research are welcome and accommodated as well.

For more information complete the Request form with your requirements.

Email support
Follow up email support can be negotiated for those attending workshops

Useful help resources for NVIVO 11 are available from 'Links to resources' on the home page menu. Included are links to the support resources available from the QSR International web site.

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