Next Open Workshop

The next QDATRAINING NVivo public workshops will take place in Dublin, Ireland AND ONLINE on the 25th & 26th of March, 2021: 

Venue: Grand Hotel Malahide – Dublin:

Day 1- Introduction to NVivo – setting up your qualitative database
Day 2- NVivo Underway – analysing your data

Announcing a two day NVivo Training workshop in Dublin AND ONLINE on the 17th and 18th of December, 2020. These workshops will be delivered by Ben Meehan. They come with free and unlimited post training, one-to-one online support for each participant for the life of their first project using NVivo, including PhD projects. This personal support is delivered by means of a very user friendly system where the trainer logs on to your computer and works one-to-one with you as you incrementally apply the concepts and technologies taught in the workshop on your live data. Support session are run during the day, in the evenings and on Saturdays. You are not limited by duration or frequency of support sessions. You can have this tuition as often as you deem necessary to optimise your data and use NVivo to demonstrate rigour in your data analysis. The workshop also includes colour printed workbooks, electronic resources, lunch and snacks. Click here to register for both days or to register for one day, email your request to: 

If you are funded and do not wish to pay online, you can still reserve your place by arranging for an invoices to be sent to your funding organisation. Purchase orders or written confirmation from the funder are required for delegates requesting invoices. To arrange registration by this means, please send your request to this address:

Windows and MAC versions welcome – these are laptop sessions, so it will be necessary to bring a laptop to the workshop. You can attend this event online if you so wish.

Day 1 – Introduction to NVivo – designing and building your qualitative database

Day 2 – NVivo Underway – analysing your data

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