Previous workshops: 2015
Introduction to Multilevel Modelling Using MLwiN, 6-8 January 2015, University of Bristol
This workshop provides an introduction to multilevel modelling.
We assume that participants are familiar with single level regression models (to the level implied by Module 3 of our online multilevel modelling course) but have no prior knowledge of multilevel modelling. Theory sessions are accompanied by practical sessions using our software, MLwiN, in which participants get the chance to apply what they have learned to real datasets. No prior knowledge of MLwiN is assumed: the first practical takes participants right from the very basics. Throughout, there is an emphasis on how to interpret the models and on what kinds of research question they can be used to explore. For further information, see previous 'Introduction to Multilevel Modelling Using MLwiN' workshop materials (the presentations will be similar but may be subject to minor changes).
The course starts with registration at 10.45am on Day 1 and finishes at 3.15pm on Day 3. Participants are expected to attend the full course.
The course fee includes event materials, lunch, and morning/afternoon refreshments. The course fee does not include travel and accommodation costs. There will be an optional course evening meal for participants and workshop instructors on the first evening at an additional cost of £30.
- For UK-registered students - £90
- For staff at UK academic institutions, ESRC funded researchers, public sector staff and staff at registered charity organisations - £180
- For all other participants* - £660
* A limited number of places at the academic rate are available for UK non-academics.
A full refund will be given if cancellation occurs two weeks prior to the event. No refund is given after this date. By completing the application form, you are accepting these cancellation terms.
Our workshops are now regularly over-subscribed so we have had to introduce an application and selection process.
If you would like to attend the workshop, please complete and submit the online application form (see below). Please note the closing date for applications is Sunday 30 November 2014.
Submission of the form and its acknowledgement does not guarantee a place on the course. We will email you by Friday 5 December 2014 to tell you whether or not your application has been successful. If you are offered a place on the workshop, it will not be confirmed until you have accepted and paid the relevant fee.
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