Monthly Archives: July 2018

Enventure Research delighted to be working with WRWA again

Western Riverside Waste Authority (WRWA) has recently commissioned Enventure Research to undertake a User Satisfaction Survey at its Smugglers Way HWRC.

 

Enventure Research will deploy two experienced and local interviewers to undertake a minimum of 700 interviews with visitors of the HWRC across seven days in September.

 

The questionnaire, designed by Enventure Research and WRWA, will aim to seek users’ views on the site staff, cleanliness and safety of the site, time spent at the site and user friendliness.

 

The survey findings will build upon previous research of the same nature and will establish the level of usage and satisfaction of the Smugglers Way HWRC.

Enventure Research completes research into the perception of UK optical education

Following a five-week fieldwork period, Enventure Research has now completed a piece of research on behalf of the General Optical Council exploring the perception of optical education in the UK.
 

A mixed methodological approach was taken for this research, adopting both quantitative and qualitative methodologies by means of an online survey with newly qualified optical practitioners and a series of telephone interviews with newly qualified optical practitioners as well as employers.

 

In total, 751 responses were received to the online survey. A further 35 telephone interviews were held, 12 of which were with newly qualified optical practitioners and 23 with employers of newly qualified optical practitioners.

 

The findings of the research were provided to the General Optical Council in a full report, detailing both the quantitative and qualitative findings which complemented each other well.

 

To read more about the research, please visit the GOC’s website. To read the report, please click here.

Devon & Cornwall Police and Dorset Police Merger Survey

Enventure Research is delivering research on behalf of Devon & Cornwall Police and Dorset Police about their proposed merger.

 

The research involves a telephone survey with 2,000 residents across Devon, Cornwall and Dorset, in addition to an online survey open to those who live in, work in or visit any of the three counties, as well as employees of Devon & Cornwall Police and Dorset Police. As part of the wider conversation, residents will be able to complete the survey at community events which are attended by the police.

 

The findings of the research will be collated into a comprehensive report and provided to the two forces and two PCCs in order to inform them on the views of staff, public and local groups on a possible merger.