Wednesday, 17 October 2012


  • Want to get free training in doing your own community research project?  
  • Want to get involved in improving local health and social care services in Portsmouth? 
  • Want to add some skills to your CV and develop your own example research project?

Healthwatch is running a completely free training course for its members, the first of which will be on the 25th October.  
The course is designed to help local people get involved in improving local health and social care services is part of the work to develop Healthwatch in Portsmouth.. 

The course is made up of two sessions both to be held next Thursday 25th, 9.30am to 12.30am and then from 1.30pm to 4.30pm at Learning Links, St Georges Square (click for directions)

The course will cover the basic techniques needed to execute a community research project, what are the aims of such a  project, information on techniques;  using focus groups, interviews, questionnaires, etc.
Next steps will cover simple data analysis techniques, handling sensitive information, evaluation methods and finally report preparation and completion.
Group size is up to ten. 

All training is provided by professional trainers.

Places are limited so let us know if you want to book a place on the contact details below. 

Hope to hear from you, ask if you need more information..

Healthwatch Partnership
Freepost SCE 4515
Civic Offices

02392 688508

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