The Methods for Social Analysis and Statistics (MFSAS) program delivers contextually relevant training in research methods and statistics for those who need to use, understand, and interpret statistical information.
This program is ideal for people who wish to translate scientific social research into public policy outcomes, such as professionals in government, agencies, NGOs, and university staff and postgraduate students. It is not a series of traditional, theoretical statistics classes; rather, modules teach practical skills and content-relevant knowledge that participants can immediately apply in their work.
Training modules are grouped into four streams:
The Global Development and Aid Effectiveness Continuing Professional Development program explores the complex challenges facing development professionals both at home and abroad. ISSR supports clients who work in the development space to identify effective and innovative methods for addressing these challenges. The program is designed for professionals, policymakers and practitioners in government, non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and the private sector who tackle complex problems in urban centres, rural Australia, and across the globe.
The first of these courses is Advanced Indigenous Development Programming, designed to support staff working in Indigenous Affairs to build their proficiency to work developmentally.
For all general enquiries regarding this course please email Cara Herington.
Advance your international development career with the Leadership in Global Development MicroMasters program. Learn the strong technical and management skills you need to tackle the most demanding and complex challenges in international development - the skills development agencies are increasingly demanding from their leaders and managers.
The MircroMasters incorporates a series of online courses delivered on the innovative edX learning platform, and offers a unique entry path into the on-campus Master of Leadership in Global Development which is launching in 2018.