Survey Design & Analysis Course Schedule

Classes in US are handled by Great Brook. Our international deliveries are managed by Great Brook business partners and registrations for those classes are handled through them.

Private Delivery Upon Request All workshops At your office Contact Us to discuss pricing, customization, and scheduling
Fall 2016 TBDSurvey Data AnalysisDubai, United Arab Emirates – through Insights MECrowne Plaza, Sheikh Zayed Road, Dubai
Fall 2016 TBDSurvey DesignDubai, United Arab Emirates – through Insights MECrowne Plaza, Sheikh Zayed Road, Dubai
June 13-14, 2016Survey DesignWashington DC areaEmbassy Suites, Old Town Alexandria, VA
June 15, 2016Survey Data AnalysisWashington DC areaEmbassy Suites, Old Town Alexandria, VA
October 2016 TBDSurvey Design & Data AnalysisSydney, AustraliaThrough our partners at Genroe. More information to be posted soon.

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Washington, DC Area (Alexandria, VA) Workshops – June 13-15, 2016

We’ll return again to Washington DC for a fall workshop at the Embassy Suites, 1900 Diagonal Road, Old Town Alexandria, Virginia Tel: +1 (703) 684-5900. We love this area for our workshops because:

  • It is so convenient to the Washington Metro (King Street), Amtrak (ALX), and to Reagan National Airport (DCA) and
  • The neighborhood. It’s a pleasant walk down King Street into Old Town Alexandria toward the Potomac. You’ll find an array of shops and interesting, local restaurants, many with sidewalk dining, as evening distractions after a solid day of learning.

Embassy-Suites-1The hotel is literally across from the King Street Metro station, maybe a 200 foot walk. People don’t believe us, but it’s true. You’ll walk more in the airport than you will from the Metro stop to the hotel.) The Alexandria Amtrak station is on the other side of the Metro station from the hotel — still a very easy and short walk. Plus, the King Street Metro station is only two stops to DCA. You can also take the Metro into the city in the evening to see the sights if you wish. We’re not from DC, but we always use the Metro when in town. The first time learning how to buy and use a ticket can be a challenge, but it’s worth the time investment.