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  1. Work Based Proposal • Day 1 Saturday, 30 June 0900-1730hrs • Transition from Research Methods to Work Based Proposal • Critique of past work • Q & A throughout ESSENTIAL YOU LEAVE SESSION WITH A CLEAR UNDERSTANDING OF THE WBP REQUIREMENTS • Day 2 Wednesday, 12 September 1500-1900hrs • Day 3 Wednesday, 12 December 1300-1700hrs • One to one pre-booked appointment slots for both days • Group assisted learning (ie room available for you to help each other; share ideas/problems/solutions

  2. Work Based Proposal • The Work Based Proposal is a continuation of the preparation process which was started by the RM report. • It is NOT about conducting the actual research itself • It is an opportunity to expand and develop your literature review from the RM assignment, analysing the research in the light of your research question • It will require more evaluation of theory of your philosophy and therefore your methodology • It will involve you in researching what methods of collecting information would be best in your work environment (preparing questionnaires/identifying target people or groups who would be included/thinking about setting up interviews, etc.)

  3. Research Methods Introduction: Setting the scene describing your organisation & how you identified the research subject Description of how the literature search was carried out Work Based Proposal Introduction: Setting the scene describing your organisation & how you identified the research subject Explain some of the practical issues which drew you to the subject area Have clear research aims and objectives (& research question) Transition from Research Methods to Work Based Proposal

  4. Research Methods Literature Review Critical evaluation of limited range of literature Description of the two main research methods Analysis of their strengths and weaknesses of the literature Work Based Proposal Literature Review Review from a more extensive range of academic journals and sources Drawing from this review identifying a theoretical basis for undertaking the research (ie link review to your area of research, type of organisation, etc) Present a conceptual framework/relevant hypothesis for your approach (clear questions) Transition from Research Methods to Work Based Proposal

  5. Research Methods Description of the two main research methods Analysis of their strengths and weaknesses Work Based Proposal Research Methodology Identify an appropriate research methodology (with reasons) for your workplace Link this to your aims and objectives (the research question) Research Design Discuss the limitations of your chosen methodology Timescale Resources needed Transition from Research Methods to Work Based Proposal

  6. Research Methods Conclusion Summary of discussions from the literature review analysis Future scope of the research Work Based Proposal Conclusion Proposed time frame for actual data collection Any limitations of proposal (in terms of more literature searching). Any further information which would improve your knowledge of the area of research Transition from Research Methods to Work Based Proposal

  7. Transition from Research Methods to Work Based Proposal: Summary • The WBP develops the methodology section in much greater depth. It considers the philosophies and methods in greater depth and expands and develops the range of the literature review. • It should result in a research question and a clear outline of how this question is going to be answered.

  8. Transition from Research Methods to Work Based Proposal • You have had the experience of completing the Research Methods assignment • The level of effort and commitment required is clear • The process of a literature review is clearer (and will become quicker) • Everyone has a research idea – often the hardest thing to do in the first place