Upcoming Live Training Events

Register below for UserTesting University live training events to learn about research topics and the UserTesting platform from subject matter experts. These courses are intended to be interactive, and our small group sizes allow for lively discussion.  All courses are hosted via Zoom and registration is always free.  


Please note there will be no trainings held the week of December 28th. We look forward to connecting with you again in 2021! Here's a sneak peek of what's coming up in the month of January:


January 5

What and Why of Qualitative Testing with Steve Fleming-Prot, Content Strategist

This live training event will help you learn about qualitative testing, as well as best practices on executing a qualitative approach. This course is useful for those new to qualitative testing and also provides guidance for communicating the qualitative mindset to other team members.

January 12

Identifying Participants with Kayleigh Gaddor, Program Manager

Synopsis: This live training event will help you identify and screen for test participants, including tips for what to do when participants are slow to complete your test.

January 14

Using My Panel with Tre Gripper, Content Manager

This live training event will highlight the new My Panel feature and demonstrate how to more efficiently gather insights by simplifying the recruiting and management of your test participants.

January 26

Best Practices for Moderating with Noel Gee, UX Researcher

This live training event will help you learn best practices for moderating a live session, so that you get the best insights possible. The role of the moderator is multi-faceted and we'll talk about the responsibilities and techniques for managing participants.



See the full calendar of upcoming events.

This live training event will help you learn best practices for sharing the insights you get from your UserTesting test. This event will cover key considerations when communicating findings, as well as creative ways to do so to help you drive decision making in your organization.

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