Qualitative Data Analysis

Overview: Everybody understands the value of data—qualitative and quantitative—for the growth of their organizations. Being able to evaluate that data is key for organizational growth. Measuring valuable data from quantitative sources is mostly straightforward, but how do you accurately derive valuable data from qualitative sources? 

In the Qualitative Data Analysis course, participants will be given strategies to glean important, useful data from qualitative sources. Areas like reflexive thematic analysis, triangulation of codes, coding, and other concepts will be discussed in-depth, so by the end of the course, participants will be able to discern accurate and consistent data from qualitative sources that previously seemed extremely difficult to obtain. 

Designed for: People who are involved in policy analysis and review, and/or are responsible for obtaining data from records, interviews, focus groups or other forms of qualitative sources of information.  

Type of Delivery: In-person. 

Duration: One course for a total of six (6) hours.  

Facilitator: Cheryl Wartman 

Cost: $599 plus HST.  

More information: 

Qualitative Data Analysis course flyer (.pdf)


Course Dates Status
Qualitative Data Analysis
Room 102, UPEI Alumni Hall; 9:00 am–4:00 pm