Enventure Research is pleased to be working with a new client in the form of the Chartered Quality Institute (CQI) to deliver its 2021 Workforce Insights Research.
The project will involve an online survey targeting anyone working in the quality management profession, which aims to better understand entry routes into the profession, challenges and barriers to progression, and how the CQI can better promote quality as a career. It will be promoted via email invitation to all CQI and IRCA (International Register of Certificated Auditors) members, but will also be open to non-members working in the profession.
As the IRCA has a large number of Japanese members, the survey will be translated into Japanese to make it as accessible as possible, and achieve a high response rate.
Following the survey, a programme of qualitiatve research is planned to gain further insight.
Following the Government’s announcement to form a new devolved unitary authority in North Yorkshire, Knaresborough Town Council commissioned Enventure Research to deliver an online survey of its residents to understand the priorities of its residents. Enventure Research is also conducting a representative survey with a sample of 200 Knaresborough residents alongside the open survey via telephone and face-to-face interviews. The results of the survey will be provided to Knaresborough Town Council in a visual presentation.
Enventure Research has been commissioned by Colney Heath Parish Council to conduct an online survey of local residents. The survey, designed and hosted by Enventure Research, will aim to establish residents’ views of the local community, the future of Colney Heath Parish and will explore options for the future of three of the Parish Council’s assets. The survey will launch in January 2022, with Enventure Research providing the Parish Council with a comprehensive report on the survey findings in the Spring.
The annual Thamesmead Community Survey, delivered by Enventure Research over a five-year period between 2019 and 2023, will be taking place in September. The survey aims to establish residents’ views on living in Thamesmead, as well as their attitudes towards regeneration in the area. This research is being conducted on behalf of a partnership led by Peabody, including TSIP and Arup.
Enventure Research has been commissioned by Western Riverside Waste Authority (WRWA) to undertake a survey with visitors to its HWRC in Wandsworth. The survey will take place over a two-week period and will be used to establish visitors’ experiences of using the trial booking system.
The University of Warwick has commissioned Enventure Research to carry out a series of in-depth interviews with key regional stakeholders to understand perceptions and awareness of the University’s regional strategy, which aims to influence and improve people’s lives within the region. Findings from the research will be used to inform future activity and focus for campaigns and regional partnership activity.
Enventure Research has been commissioned by the Greater London Authority to conduct a survey as part of the CLEVER Cities project, which covers topics such as living in the local area, outdoor space and nature, and wellbeing. Trained interviewers will be completing 150 interviews with residents across the South Thamesmead estate in July. Findings from the survey will be directly compared against other cities across Europe.
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.
Enventure Research is working with Cory to deliver its 2021 Satisfaction Survey with users of the Northumberland Wharf Reuse & Recycling Centre (RRC). Our trained and experienced interviewer will be interviewing site visitors over a seven-day fieldwork period in July to establish their satisfaction with the RRC. The survey results will be compared against the 2019 Satisfaction Survey, also delivered by Enventure Research, to track visitors’ attitudes and opinions over time.
Enventure Research is pleased to be once again working with the Royal College of Surgeons of England to deliver another programme of research.
Regular research is conducted amongst the RCS England membership via member surveys, most recently in 2020 delivered by Enventure Research, which provide useful insight into member perceptions. However, other than anecdotal feedback, little is known about the reasons why members may decide to leave RCS England, which would be invaluable insight to help the College better understand how members can be deterred from leaving for similar reasons in the future, and how it could change and adapt to encourage former members to re-join.
The research will involve an online survey, followed by a series of in-depth interviews.