Training courses offered by REPOA are advertised in the newspaper and on this website under Upcoming Training. REPOA provides training as part of its own programme and on behalf of other parties. Listed below are some of the workshops offered under REPOA's training programme for researchers.
REPOA trains researchers in order to increase the number of researchers capable of undertaking policy relevant quality research on poverty and pro-poor growth issues and other related contemporary topics. Some of the courses offered are:
This workshop providespractical guidance to beginning researchers on how to use data description as a tool for discovery, i.e. getting ideas from the data (hypothesis searching).
This course, which is run in two stages, provides practical guidance to beginning and intermediate researchers on how to overcome the hurdle of conceptualising and designing feasible research projects.
The objective of this course is to equip researchers with a range of participatory research methods and tools, and to provide practical guidance in testing and evaluating these methods in a field setting.
The course content includes:
The objective of this course is to provide practical guidance to beginning and intermediate researchers on how to write good quality research reports with potential for publication. Topics covered include: