Please note that the information on this blog is now outdated. I continue to run courses and if you are interested in future courses on SEM using Mplus, please find details on the course webpage: mpluscambridge.com.
For information, the original content of the blog is detailed below (although the accurate content is found at mpluscambridge.com.
This 6-day course is delivered by Dr. Gabriela Roman at the Psychometrics Centre, University of Cambridge. The next course will be held in Cambridge, United Kingdom on 26 September – 2 October, 2016.
- Full course: £840 (£700 + 20% vat)
- Daily rate: £156 (£130 + 20% vat)
If you have questions:
- Just email Gabriela at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Aims and learning outcomes:
The aim of the course is to provide an introduction to Structural Equation Modelling using Mplus. The course contains 3 parts:
- Cross-sectional data analysis (2 days)
- Multilevel analysis (2 days)
- Longitudinal data analysis (2 days)
Everyone is warmly invited to attend, but please note that technical details will be kept at a level suitable for someone with no prior knowledge of SEM and Mplus. At the end of the course, you should be able to understand and conduct a variety of structural equation models using Mplus. Lunch is provided.
Here’s what previous attendees have said about the course:
“I feel so grateful and relieved, because for years I’ve been developing a research idea and this week, thanks to you, I realise that it is really feasible, useful (I hope), and that I am capable of doing it” (Researcher from London)
“The course was absolutely fantastic and I thoroughly enjoyed it. I think you have the pacing just right and allowed me to develop competencies before moving onto the next model. I also love that you provided example syntax files. These are immeasurably helpful!” (Researcher from Ireland)
“Thank you for your enthusiastic teaching” (Researcher from London)
“Thanks for the last few days, I really enjoyed your teaching style” (Researcher from Cambridge)
“I wanna thank you for the Mplus course. You did it very well and I learned a lot. It was also nice to see that you have great pleasure in statistics (also teaching statistics) in general and on Mplus in particular.” (Researcher from Switzerland)
“Thanks very much for a fantastic course. I learned so much in a very enjoyable way. You did a really great job” (Researcher from London)
“I think this is the best course in SEM I did last year (and I did courses in […], […] and […] too!” (Researcher from Canada; the 3 other UK locations mentioned have been edited out)