Coronavirus and the “SEM with Mplus” courses
The coronavirus pandemic will likely hold the world in its grip for the forseeble future. You can still register for the upcoming courses, but I am unsure whether the July course will go ahead.
Meanwhile, I invite you to visit my website for online courses: MplusWizard. The website includes a detailed description of what it is like to take that course, complete with videos.
I know the prospect of online courses is daunting for many – I have been told that by multiple researchers. So I have worked hard to try and set up a framework in which the online course is almost indistinguishible from the in-person course in terms of providing an immersive experience and lots of support. Throughout the duration of the online course, you will even be able to ask questions and receive answers from me. And it has the added benefit that you can do it at your own pace and in your own schedule.
The current main courses scheduled to take place in Cambridge in July, September and December 2020 are currently on track to take place in Cambridge. However, this might change depending on the evolution of the pandemic and I strongly suspect the July course will be cancelled. If you have registered for a course that needs to be cancelled or you change your mind and decide to cancel your registration, you will have the option to move your registration to a later course of your choosing, or switch to the online course, or simply cancel and get a full refund. So you can feel at ease with making plans with the reassurance that you can change them later and not lose any money. I’ve got your back.
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