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Run successful focus groups

Focus groups are an interactive way to collect qualitative information, including feedback from stakeholders. To make sure that your focus group is well run and stays on track, good organisation and facilitation skills are needed. This course explores what focus groups are, and identifies their strengths and weaknesses as a data collection tool. It will discuss how to sample and recruit potential focus groups as well as giving you the chance to put your learning into practice by running a ‘mock’ focus group.
When May 31, 2017
Where NCVO Conference Suite, London N1 9RL
Contact Name
Contact Phone 0207 520 3193
Attendees Anyone who would like to use focus groups as a means of collecting information or would like to improve their skills in running effective focus groups.
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Outcomes

By the end of this course you will have a greater understanding of:

  • understand when and why to use focus groups
  • understand the role of the focus group moderator
  • be able to implement some of the key facilitation skills and techniques needed
  • know how to organise a focus group and how to work with focus group data.

Where?

NCVO Conference Suite
Society Building
8 All Saints Street
London N1 9RL

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