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, Zoom 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

Learn Quirkos 2 from scratch!

Monday 10th December,
London/GMT (10am NY/Eastern Time)

Join us and see how Quirkos makes it easy to do your qualitative analysis. We'll show you how to bring in your text sources, create bubble codes and explore your data with the tools in Quirkos. Ask questions in this live session, or save the link to watch later.

Please make sure your browser and internet connection can stream live video, and you will need a Youtube account if you want to post in the chat window and ask questions.

Watch the stream live (or after the event) on our Youtube channel, or email for more information.

London Workshop

Learning Quirkos for qualitative analysis - LSE (London) Workshop

Wednesday 17th December 2018,
2:00 pm
(London / BST)

A free training session on our simple qualitative research software, Quirkos. We will take you through the basics of qualitative analysis, how CAQDAS software can help manage your research and help you to focus on analysis. We will show you how to bring your text data into the project, create a coding framework and tag your data, managing and describing your sources and exploring and supported coded data. Previous experience with qualitative software or analysis is not required.

You have the option to bring your own data, but we will also have an example qualitative dataset to follow. This is a 'bring a laptop' workshop, and it would help if you can download and install Quirkos before the session, however we will have USB sticks with the software and example data available.

The workshop is free, but place must be booked by e-mailing