Training Workshops

On-line, public and bespoke training workshops for Quirkos and qualitative analysis.


Join one of our interactive training sessions

We run a variety of workshops tailored for different sectors and levels of experience in qualitative research.

These include one-day workshops designed to give you an overview into the whole qualitative research process. They cover setting questions, choosing methods, interviewing and focus group tips, as well as coding and analysis using Quirkos.

Other sessions target experienced qualitative researchers, demonstrating how to use Quirkos to manage your data, run detailed queries and produce useful reports.

Contact us to book a one hour, half day or full day workshop for your team or organisation. We can also arrange live-streaming, interactive virtual workshops, through Skype, Webex or Google Hangouts.

If you would rather teach or explore in your own time, you can watch recorded videos of any of our previous workshop sessions at our Youtube channel.

Google hangouts

Quirkos On-line Workshop: Introducing Quirkos for Qualitative Analysis

Tuesday 14th Feburary 2017,
2:00 pm
(London / GMT)

Join and interact with our live training workshop, where we will show you how to get started with Quirkos, import your qualitative data, and customise reports to be exported in different formats. Qualitative analysis software from Quirkos makes it easy to analyse qualitative text data, and in an hour you should have all the skills you need!

Please make sure your browser and internet connection can support streaming video.

More details on the workshop and registration is on the Eventbrite page, or email

Data Fest

The Power of Qualitative

Tuesday 21st March 2017,
1:30 pm

Quirkos is sponsoring a free networking and showcase event on qualitative data as part of The Data Lab's DataFest event.

Researchers and evaluators from the public sector, universities, charities and the private sector are all welcome to share and learn from each other. We aim to bring together very different fields to find common ground and inspiration from across health, social science, digital humanities, market research and many more areas.

For more on the workshop and to register for free, visit the Eventbrite page, or email