MAST Conference will focus on ‘contributory factors’
The 2014 MAST Annual Conference (11 March) will focus on the new dataset for those working in the public sector, ‘MAST Professional’, which includes 'contributory factors' (CFs).
The conference will feature extensive coverage of the use of CFs in MAST Professional, including a case study of how to use them with a live demonstration and a break out session to delve into the more technical aspects of contributory factor analysis.
The keynote speaker at the conference is Dr Simon Christmas, an independent insight expert with a reputation for solving problems and moving debates forward through the application of clear thinking and design and delivery of qualitative research.
The conference will take place on Tuesday 11 March 2014 at Dunchurch Park Hotel, Rugby. Each MAST member organisation is entitled to one free delegate place, and additional delegate spaces and places for non-members are available for a fee of £60 plus VAT. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to book.
More detailed information about the conference and agenda will be available after the Christmas break.
For more information about MAST Online membership, and MAST Professional, contact Tanya Fosdick at Road Safety Analysis on 07795 385770.
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