IPC Certification: IPC Quantitative

The Insights Association has five topic certifications as part of its new IPC certification program. And Research Rockstar Training is proud to be one of the sources available for training qualified for Insights Association Certification requirements.

How can I meet the IPC Quantitative requirements using Research Rockstar courses?

With this bundle, you get all the courses needed to qualify. Simply complete these eLearning courses, pass each course's final assessment, and earn your Certification.

IPC Quantitative recognizes those with advanced understanding of sampling, quantitative data collection methods, and questionnaire design. The Research Rockstar bundle gives you a convenient, flexible path to earning your certification: 

  • 26 Hours Program Total (lecture time + student time for assignments & quizzes)
  • On-demand? Proceed as quickly as you’d like. 
  • Real-time eLearning? Start January 21st and end on or after June 3rd 
  • Or mix on-demand and eLearning as you like!

Learning topics required by the IA and covered in this bundle: 

  • Sampling in Market Research
  • Quantitative Data Collection Methods
  • Measurement and Questionnaire Design

Qualifying for the Insights Professional Certification from the Insights Association

Frequently Asked Questions about the Insights Professional Certifications from the Insights Association

  • If I earn one of these certifications, do I have to periodically take a test or complete more courses?

    No. Topic certifications do not require ongoing continuing education credits (you earn it, you keep it).

  • Do I have to attend courses in real-time?

    Nope. You can choose either to take these courses on-demand (24/7 access through the Research Rockstar Training Portal) or join your peers in our instructor-led classes taught in a virtual classroom. Or do some of both! We're biased, but we think the real-time classes are a lot of fun!

  • Are there tests?

    Yes, to complete each course, there is an online assessment of typically 10 to 15 questions. This helps us make sure the curriculum is allowing our students to meet the learning objectives. If the student does not pass, they get a second chance. If they still do not pass, they will need to take the course again. Most courses also have required assignments, which prepare the student to complete the final assessment successfully.