Internationally recognized award winning instruction focused on advanced statistical training at the graduate and post-graduate level.

Stats Camp seminars are highly relevant to current trends and practices in modern advanced statistical analysis. Get practical “hands on” instruction that delivers practical value for researchers, institutions and corporations.


Short Intensive Statistics Seminars for Students, Faculty & Professionals Worldwide

London Statistics Analysis Training Courses
University Intensive Statistics Seminars

SPRING STATISTICS SEMINARS: Atlanta, GA February 6 – 8, 2020 | Event Details

Comprehensive SEM Training Seminar

Comprehensive SEM

Instructors: Todd Little, Ph.D.
& Elizabeth Grandfield, Ph.D. Candidate

The seminar will be a series of lectures and exercises to provide you with advanced training in the use of SEM for the analysis of both cross-sectional and longitudinal data.

Multilevel Modeling Using R Training Course

Introduction to Multilevel Modeling Using R

Instructor: Alexander Shoemann, Ph.D.

This seminar is designed to introduce theoretical and applied understandings of multilevel modeling.  The fundamentals of multilevel modeling are taught by extending knowledge of regression analyses to designs involving a nested data structure.

Program Evaluation and Cost Benefit Analysis Course

Program Evaluation and Cost Benefit Analysis

Instructor: Mwarumba Mwavita, Ph.D.

The three-day training institute on Program Evaluation and Cost-Benefit Analysis is an intensive short seminar on the principles and practice of program evaluation, cost-effectiveness, and cost-benefit analysis.

Programming in R Statistics Training Course

Programming in R

Instructor: Audrey Leroux, Ph.D.

R is a freely available, open source software platform that is growing in both popularity and capacity. The first part of the seminar introduces the logic of R’s primary data structures and how to work with functions.

Psychometrics Statistics Training Course


Instructor: Larry Price, Ph.D.

An introductory 3-day course in the application of psychometrics. Participants should be proficient specific to the material covered in a two-semester graduate-level social science statistics course sequence.

Statistics Training Seminars

What’s Provided?

– Course Materials & Downloads
– Theoretical Information
– Computer Applications Training
– S.M.O.R.S. Statistics Software Access
– World Class Statistics Training
– Streaming Video of Your Course

Frequently Asked Questions

SUMMER STATISTICS SEMINARS: Albuquerque, NM June 1 – 5 & 8 – 12, 2020 | Event Details

Session 1: June 1 – 5, 2020

Bayesian Data Analysis
Instructor: Mike Kalish, Ph.D.

Introduction to Social Network
Analysis R & Rsiena

Instructors: Leslie Echols Ph.D. & Michael D. Siciliano Ph.D.

Latent Class Analysis
Instructor: Katherine Masyn, Ph.D.

Multilevel Modeling
Instructor: Audrey Leroux, Ph.D.

Program Evaluation
Instructor: Mwarumba Mwavita, Ph.D.

Instructors: Larry Price, Ph.D. & Todd Little, Ph.D.

R Programming for Data Science
Instructor: Daniel E. Bontempo, Ph.D.

SEM Foundations
Instructors: Todd D. Little, Ph.D. & Elizabeth Grandfield, Ph.D.

Session 2: June 8 – 12, 2020

Advanced Structural Equation
Modeling: Bayesian SEM

Instructor: Mauricio Garnier-Villarreal, Ph.D.

Applied Longitudinal Mixture Modeling
Instructor: Jeffrey Harring, Ph.D.

Intro to Data Mining
Instructor: Gitta Lubke, Ph.D.

Longitudinal SEM
Instructors: Todd D. Little Ph.D. & Whitney G. Moore, Ph.D.

Mediation and Moderation
Instructor: Mwarumba Mwavita Ph.D.

Instructor: Noel Card, Ph.D.

Multilevel SEM with xxM
Instructor: Paras Mehta, Ph.D.

SEM with Mplus
Instructor: Elizabeth Grandfield, Ph.D.


“Stats Camp is the best ever—hands down! Virtually everything about it is superb—material presented is thorough and well documented, slide content is always clear and readable, time for questions and discussion is generous. Participants are also provided with an abundance of supportive resources. In my view, Todd Little’s Stats Camp is an absolute gold mine.”

-Barbara Byrne, School of Psychology, University of Ottawa

World-class instructors teach you statistics in an engaging, affordable, and understandable short course seminar.

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