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You’ve Got The Data, Now What?
June 10 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am
Data management and data analysis are two important contributors to program success. This workshop will introduce you to easy and manageable approaches to data management and data analysis. In this workshop, we will share information that will help you to determine when to include data management and analysis in your work, as well as, tools and tips on how to set yourself up for success in these areas.
After attending this course you will be able to:
• Define the terms “data management” and “data analysis”
• Describe the components of a good data management plan
• Explain the steps in the data analysis process
• Recognize the different types of data that can be collected
• Describe common data analysis procedures
Program Level: Basic
Prerequisites: None, no advance preparation required
Instructional Method: Online via Zoom
Social Worker CEU Credits: 2 hours
Cost: $65 members/$115 non-members
Please note: Registration closes two days prior to the class date. All registrations are subject to approval.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Guillermo Villalobos, PhD
Guillermo Villalobos is a Outcomes and Evaluation Consultant with CNM. He has over 8 years of experience leading research projects at the University level, and over 3 years of experience in research and evaluation work with non-profit organizations and government agencies. He is experienced in study design, quantitative and qualitative research methods, tool development, data collection and management, report writing, and presenting results to experts and the general public. He has also published in peer-reviewed and other professional journals, and has presented his research at professional conferences. Mr. Villalobos is a member of the American Evaluation Association and the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues. Mr. Villalobos holds a Master of Arts in General-Experimental Psychology from California State University, San Bernardino as well as a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from University of California, Riverside. He is currently completing his Doctor of Philosophy degree in Interdisciplinary Social Psychology at University of Nevada, Reno.