IfATE Request T Levels Panel Members’ Survey Responses
Institute for Apprenticeships & Technical Education (the Institute) has commissioned CFE Research to conduct a research study with employers who kindly donate their time to help develop apprenticeships and T Levels. The Institute would like to understand more about T Level panel members’ (past and present) motivation to join Trailblazer groups, qualification panels and other membership groups that produce employer-led qualifications.
The results from the survey will help the Institute learn more about what encourages employers to partner with the Institute with a view to attracting other employers to do the same. The Institute would also like to understand whether some types of employers are more likely than others to help develop apprenticeships and technical qualifications. This knowledge can be used to target future communications and public relations work.
The Institute uses an external contractor as one way of maintaining employers’ anonymity of response. The collected data will be used to understand the employers’ views as a whole. The survey responses will not be used to identify individual employers. All data protection measures are fully outlined in the associated privacy notice.
As the Institute wishes to contact all members, you may also have seen a similar request via an email forwarded by a Chair of a Trailblazer group. If so, you only need to complete the survey once.
If you are or have been a T Level panel member please take the survey which is designed to work on computers and mobile devices.
If you would like to learn more about the proposed survey before agreeing to participate you may:
- Learn more about the survey, including data protection measures we have in place.
- Contact David (CFE Research) and/or Jonathan (the Institute) directly using the following details:
Tel: 0116 229 3300
Deputy Director – Standards Development
Institute for Apprenticeships & Technical Education
Tel: 07788 354 842
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