Even though our website's library of help files, technical papers, webinars, and videos is quite extensive, many people prefer to learn in a live, hands-on workshop environment. Each year, we conduct approximately four quarterly workshops at a variety of desirable locations throughout the United States and elsewhere. Here are some of our popular workshop titles:
- 3-Day Choice Modeling Workshop (covering CBC, MaxDiff, and ACBC)
- 2-Day CBC Workshop
- 2-Day MBC Workshop (covering Menu-Based Choice)
The typical price is $500-$600 per day per attendee. Please see our latest training opportunities below. A common problem is that these sessions usually sell-out (we cap them at 25 attendees). So, as soon as we announce new trainings on this page, we recommend you enroll immediately!
We also provide customized trainings for organizations, on-site or via webinar. Typical price for on-site training is $8,000 - $12,000 for up to 10 attendees. Typical price for webinar training is $1,500 per 3-hour session for up to 10 attendees. These trainings are arranged with our Sawtooth Analytics consulting staff. Call +1 801 477 4700 to arrange a customized training.
Choice Modeling Workshop - Fort Lauderdale - January 2019
On January 28–30 in beautiful Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Sawtooth Software will present its quarterly Choice Modeling Workshop. This is an intensive three-day introductory workshop and training covering three current and popular choice research methodologies: CBC (Choice-Based Conjoint), MaxDiff (Maximum Difference Scaling), and ACBC (Adaptive CBC). Participants will create choice surveys and analyze sample data using a team-oriented case study approach. This event will be held at the Bahia Mar Fort Lauderdale Beach, a DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel.
SKIM/Sawtooth Software Conference - April 2019
SKIM Group (The Netherlands) and Sawtooth Software (USA) are pleased to announce their 2019 European Conference and Training Event held in Paris, France! The European event consists of four days of workshops, tutorials, and conference papers. It brings together market research practitioners and academics to learn about and discuss quantitative methods in marketing research.