Anyone can write a bad questionnaire. This course gives a thorough review of the principles of good questionnaire design (and how to avoid the numerous pitfalls). The course will provide a hands-on approach to designing questionnaires.

Learning outcomes

On completion of the course registrants should have an understanding of:


  • Introduction to questionnaires
  • Research
  • Good practice


  • Practicalities
  • The design process
  • Data

Writing the questionnaire

  • The questioning process
  • Rating scales
  • Layout


  • The respondent
  • Interviewing techniques
  • Piloting, finalising and interpretation
  • Interpretation
Who will benefit?

Researchers with between three months' and one year's experience. Those with some very basic experience of designing, using or analysing questionnaires.

How to book

For individual bookings just click the orange 'Book Now' button.

The price is £195 + VAT. 

**Bulk Buy Discounts Available** contact
Payment must be received by MRS before commencement of training can begin.

Registrants must log onto the course within 60 days of being supplied with an access key and complete the course within 120 days.

Process and Conditions:

  • Submit booking form with payment to MRS.
  • MRS confirms booking and will process the payment.
  • Receipt of payment sent.
  • MRS issues you with a personal access key.
  • You have 60 days from when the access key is issued to log onto the course for the first time. At this stage you will be asked to insert your personal access key. If you fail to log on within 60 days, you will need to re-register/re-pay.
  • After the first log in, you have 120 days in which to complete the course. Extensions will not be issued.
  • Refunds will not be available, once the personal access key has been issued.

By agreeing to participate in this training course you also agree to download any software application(s) that are required for the fulfilment of the course.

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