This course suits the needs of people who analyze statistical datasets and produce technical reports. The course is offered as a five-day short course on basic statistical methods and the use of Stata 11.
After completion of this course, the learner should be able to perform these tasks: data entry, manipulation, and analysis in Stata in areas related to descriptive statistics; one-sample tests; two-sample tests; chi-square tests of association; the analysis of variance; simple and multiple linear regression analysis; binary and multinomial logistic regression analysis; nonparametric methods; and sample size determinations.
The following topics will be covered using Stata 11:
Who should attend
The level of the course requires a first degree or national diploma in the social, behavioral or natural sciences, public health, medicine, or fields related to research. Exceptions are made for people who have comparable experience in statistics.
The course shall be offered by Dr. Zeleke Worku, an associate professor of statistics at the School of Business of Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) in Pretoria, South Africa.
Course structure and venue
Learners attend a five-day short course presented on the main campus of Tshwane University of Technology in Pretoria.
A TUT certificate of competence will be awarded upon the successful completion of assessment activities as outlined on page 11 of the Study Guide.
Course fee (no VAT payable)
The course fee is R8,500.00 per learner and includes comprehensive course notes, textbooks, computer lab fees, lunch, and refreshments. The fee excludes travel, accommodation, and subsistence allowance.
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