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Cyber Essentials Certification awarded for another year

We are proud to announce that Enventure Research has been re-assessed and has passed the Cyber Essentials Assessment.

The Government scheme, delivered by the National Cyber Security Centre (part of GCHQ), helps organisations to protect the confidentiality, integrity and availability of data stored on devices which connect to the Internet. Clients can be sure that all data is secure as cyber security is taken seriously and threats such as hacking, phishing and password guessing have been addressed.

Wakefield Council’s 0-19 Service Consultation

Wakefield Council is responsible for the commissioning of the Healthy Child Programme, a Public Health programme that starts during pregnancy and continues through early years and school life of young people. Commissioning is undertaken under one integrated contract, known as the 0-19 Children’s Public Health Service or ‘0-19 Service’.

Wakefield Council is currently undertaking a review of the 0-19 Service to subsequently plan the future of the Health Visiting, School Nursing and Family Nurse Partnership (FNP) services.

The Council has commissioned Enventure Research to engage with stakeholders to gather insight into the current services provided, how these meet the needs of the local population and what opportunities there are to transform services further.

General Optical Council Registrant Survey 2021

Following the successful delivery of its last registrant survey, Enventure Research has been re-commissioned by the General Optical Council to undertake its 2021 survey.


The registrant survey, last conducted in 2016, helps track registrants’ views and perceptions of the GOC and their experiences of working in clinical practice. The research will provide the GOC with an up to date understanding of its registrants, allow assessment of its performance and enable it to make improvements to how it operates.


The research will be conducted via an online survey open to all GOC registrants. Enventure Research will analyse and report on the findings, including comparisons to the 2016 survey where appropriate.


British Pharmacological Society COVID-19 Impact Member Survey

Enventure Research has been appointed by the British Pharmacological Society to undertake an online survey of its membership, with a particular focus on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.


The survey will provide insight into the effects of the pandemic on members’ ways of working, gather examples of their contribution in the fight against COVID-19 and explore their expectations for the future. Where appropriate, benchmarking questions will be included to allow tracking of opinions over time.


Enventure Research will securely host the survey online, analyse the findings and provide a detailed report to the BPS. The findings will help the BPS consider what additional support could be offered and highlight the work of its members.