Individual Support and Coaching

Individual support and coaching

                       

Individualised coaching to support you through your research project

To help you navigate your way through the research process and stay on track, we provide individual, tailored coaching and support. This can be at any stage of your project. We have experience supporting students, researchers and practitioners design their project in the context of software use, set-up software projects efficiently and supporting the on-going use of software for analysis. Our expertise with these areas allows us to help you to interpret your data and enable you to generate a superior quality of analysis.

Tailored support 

Coaching is centred entirely around your needs, but often includes advising on ways to handle your data, investigating analysis strategies with you, and coaching you through the technological options. We then can train you on a CAQDAS package that best suits your needs and give you the piece of mind that you are on the right path in your analysis (or the easiest way to get there!), troubleshooting, or anything else you wish to discuss.

At any stage of your work with a CAQDAS package, we are happy to meet with you to support your work. Support may be ‘one-off’, or continue on a regular or ‘as required’ basis. It is entirely based on what support is helpful to you. We provide coaching either remotely, or can travel to where you are based.

 

Prices vary according to your needs so please contact us for further information and to discuss how we can best support you in your project.

 

Please note, the service we offer is tailored, individual support to assist you in designing, collecting, coding and analysing your research. We do not offer services undertaking analysis or thesis writing for students pursuing university degrees.

Testimonials

So often I have attended training courses and wondered what I was doing there, feeling my life slip away into oblivion while I could be doing other more useful and interesting activities such as watching iron rust or paint flake. However, Christina's was superb. It was exactly what I had hoped for. Pitched at precisely the right level and presented in a very clear, engaging way. Being able to spend time having some real content and context given by someone who really understands the software and researcher's needs, along with a sensible amount of time to try things out and get help was great. I'm much more confident about getting to grips with my data now.
Paul Rause
Interdisciplinary researcher, Southampton University