DataFirst is involved in training and technical support for microdata management and usage in Africa. Training undertaken by the unit includes regular workshops on survey analysis to train African quantitative social scientists.
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The unit also maintains the website for a webcourse on The Analysis of South African Household Survey Data which is a distance learning tool to advance regional quantitative analysis skills. The course is free and self-paced.
DataFirst works with the International Household Survey Network's OECD funded project, the Accelerated Data Program to provide tools and training for the management and dissemination of African census and survey microdata.
This diploma is intended to equip participants with the survey and data skills to contribute to the policy debates in South Africa and the world. Both the practical data skills as well as the theoretical understanding of the development and policy context will be emphasised. Find out more.
DataFirst and SALDRU jointly runs a number of short training courses.
- Introduction to Stata | 1 to 3 February 2017 | Apply Online
- Econometrics short course | 6 to 10 February 2017 | Apply Online
- Understanding Complex Social Survey Data | 13 to 17 February 2017 | Apply Online
- Understanding Panel Survey Data | 20 to 24 February 2017 | Apply Online
- Measuring Economic Welfare| 17 to 20 July 2017
- Measuring Consumption | 31 July to 4 August 2017
- Understanding the South African Labour Market | 24 to 28 July 2017