If you are interested in booking a place in a course soon, refer to the specific program pages under the 'Courses' heading above.
ACSPRI programs are designed to cater for fundamental, changing and emerging research strategies, and to serve a wide variety of needs for training and professional development within the academic, public and private sectors. Our courses cater not only for researchers in the social and political sciences, but also in areas such as behavioural, health and medical sciences, policy research, education, economics, epidemiology, law, management, marketing, public relations and human resource management.
Each program is run during the host university's vacation period and/or the AVCC Common Week.
Courses at each of our programs range from those that offer a basic grounding in qualitative and quantitative research methods to state of the art techniques for experienced researchers.
All courses run for a full week.
ACSPRI Programs have earned a high reputation for presenting a practical and applied approach to research methods and data analysis, promoting hands-on learning opportunities, and using highly skilled and experienced instructors from around Australia and overseas.
The ACSPRI calendar includes regular offerings in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Canberra:
The full list of ACSPRI courses, including some which may be discontinued, is displayed below: