SPSS and Mplus Training - London - SEM, multilevel, mediation/moderation, LGCM - Jan 2017

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SPSS and Mplus Training - London - SEM, multilevel, mediation/moderation, LGCM - Jan 2017

Dr Chris Stride
A series of one-day quantitative methods training courses to be held in
January 2017 in London

Note that for UK participants, NCRM bursaries of up to 500 pounds may be
available to help fund your fees:
Details at http://www.ncrm.ac.uk/TandE/bursary/


Thursday 5th January 2017 - Multilevel Modelling using SPSS
  at Birkbeck College, London
  An introduction to multilevel modelling, and how to do it in SPSS software

Friday 6th January 2017 - Testing for Mediation and Moderation using SPSS
  at Birkbeck College, London
  Learn to test mediation and moderation type models using the PROCESS
macro in SPSS

Tuesday 10th January 2017 - Structural Equation Modelling using Mplus
  at LSE, London
  An introductory course to CFA, SEM, and to using Mplus software

Wednesday 11th January 2017 - Introduction to Bayesian Analysis using Mplus
  at LSE, London
  Learn to estimate models using Bayesian methods in Mplus

Thursday 12th January 2017 - Multilevel Modelling using using Mplus
  at LSE, London
  Learn to run multilevel analyses using Mplus software


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Full details of the content, timings etc. for each course, testimonials
from past attendees, venue location directions and booking forms are now
available at
http://www.offbeat.group.shef.ac.uk/FIO/trainingcourses.htm


Course fees are £225 per course, with a student rate of £175.
A further reduction of £50 on the total fee is available to anyone
booking on to multiple courses.


  - For the courses on 5/6 Jan, course delegates will need to bring
their own laptop, with SPSS installed

  - For the courses on 10/11 Jan, course delegates will need to bring
their own laptop with the demo' version of Mplus installed - the demo
version is a *free* download from www.statmodel.com

  - For the course on 12 Jan, course delegates will need to bring their
own laptop with the full (i.e. paid) version of Mplus installed


If London is too far to travel and/or there are a number of people from
your organisation looking for such training, note that these courses are
also available on an inhouse basis in the UK, Europe and Worldwide (we
have done Australia so nowhere is too far!). See
http://www.figureitout.org.uk for details of our inhouse and bespoke
training.


Finally...

My project to create example and archive Mplus code for various
mediation, moderation and moderated mediation models is now complete
:))) for the 80 observed examples, plus further basic latent examples -
and there is now also a (lengthy!) pdf download for those who want to be
able to access the material offline (credit to my coauthor Sarah for
some painstaking pasting and pdf'ing!).

All available here

http://offbeat.group.shef.ac.uk/FIO/mplusmedmod.htm


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Dr Chris Stride, C. Stat, Statistician, Institute of Work Psychology,
University of Sheffield
Telephone: 0114 2223262
Fax: 0114 2727206

"Figure It Out"
Statistical Consultancy and Training Service for Social Scientists

Visit www.figureitout.org.uk for details of my consultancy services, and
forthcoming training courses, which are also available on an in-house basis:

  - Data management using SPSS syntax
  - Advanced SPSS syntax and SPSS macros
  - Testing for Mediation and Moderation using SPSS
  - Multi-level Modelling using SPSS
  - Introduction to Structural Equation Modelling using Mplus
  - Testing for Mediation and Moderation using Mplus
  - Multi-level Modelling using Mplus
  - Latent Growth Curve Modelling using Mplus

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