If you choose me as your tutor, we will spend the first free session discussing your needs and identifying what you would like to get out of our time together. I want to be able to provide you with a learning experience which is bespoke and tailored to your individual needs.
Perhaps you are currently doing a statistics or SPSS module as part of your current qualification and want some extra help going through the lectures or course materials? Maybe you have no experience of SPSS or statistics whatsoever and want to do some extra learning as it's a subject you have always found interesting. Whatever your learning needs, I will be honest about whether I think I can help you achieve your goals.
In my experience, lessons regarding statistics and SPSS have always focussed very much on process. You tend to be told the name of a particular statistical test, a bit of the theory behind it as well as some equations, the assumptions associated with its application and then how to perform it and interpret the results. As a result, after a lot of the formal teaching I have received, I have found myself knowing "how" but not always knowing "why?" It is this second part that I tend to focus on in my tutoring. I believe that having a better concept of why we are doing what we are doing can really enhance a person's understanding of statistical principles and methodology as well as their ability to use SPSS.
I am a 2nd year trainee clinical psychologist with an undergraduate degree in psycho-social sciences as well as a Masters degree in Psychological research methods.
Prior to becoming a trainee psychologist I worked as a research assistant for Middlesex University for several years. The job involved completing statistical analyses (using SPSS) on national data sets, delivering training to report writers and programme facilitators and designing research protocols for evaluating the efficacy of the Families and Schools Together (FAST) programme.
In my latter years of clinical work as a Senior Assistant Psychologist, I also had a dual role as an Information Analyst for 3 years. This involved collecting and interpreting data sets within the secure hospital where I worked and regularly producing reports for various internal and external governing bodies including CQC and NHS England.
This is my first time being a paid tutor. All my previous experience of tutoring and mentoring has been either informal or delivered as past of my past job role. For example, in my previous job, I ran a regular research group to help members of my team work towards producing research publications and preparing for the clinical psychology doctorate application process.
My sessions can last up to 60 mins and are charged at £20 for the whole hour. I am able to offer shorter sessions if required which will be calculated on the specified hourly rate.
Perfect! Benefitted from his help, I managed to submit an assignment that I thought I could not submit. Thank you very much Dan .
Federico is prompt and listens well. He asks brilliant questions and is very eager to learn.
Perfect! It was a great lesson. Dan has a real gift of explaining complicated stuff making things clear and easy to understand. After a few lessons I might get rid of my Stats phobia:) clinical benefit in addition to academic
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