The CES e-Institute has developed two new self-paced courses and like all good evaluators, we want to pilot test them.
Economic Evaluation is intended to increase your knowledge of four common economic evaluation methods. No background in economics is required, but evaluation experience will enable you to engage with the course content more easily. The course is expected to take 20-30 hours of your time and the pilot test uses the English version of the course.
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Inferential and Descriptive Statistics in Excel provides best practices for creating and documenting datasets, and offers step-by-step instructions on how to perform common statistical analyses in Microsoft Excel. As this is not a statistics course, familiarly with inferential and descriptive statistics is strongly recommended. This course is expected to take about 20-30 hours to complete. Again, the pilot test will be conducted on the English version of the course.
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Spaces are open for 15 pilot testers for each course. You need to be a CES member and be able to complete the course over a 6-week period (April 4th to May 13th 2022). You will be given free access to the course (a savings of over $1,000) and will be invited to participate in an online focus group where you can tell us all about your learning experience!
Click here to register for the pilot test of Economic Evaluation.
Click here to register for the pilot test of Inferential and Descriptive Stats in Excel.
Spots will be offered to the first 15 people who sign up. Please sign up for one pilot test only.
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