80% of respondents to our learning survey said that learning was important to their self-esteem – do you agree?
Our learning survey is still very much open, but we’re beginning to get a picture of our members’ learning needs, experiences, hopes and fears. We’re well on course to beat our 2011 record of 27,000 responses – but there’s always room for more! We’re particularly keen to get responses from more…
… members aged under 50
… members who identify as an ethnic minority
… those with qualifications below HNC and HND
If you want a preview of some of our findings, read on…
- 46% said that over the past three years there had been a reduction in the number of people doing the same kind of job as them
- 55% had undertaken training online, while 16% had attended a course at a college or adult education centre
- 62% thought that they might be made redundant within the next 3 years
- 70% had undertaken learning for their work or their career, while 28% had undertaken it for fun or leisure
Does that reflect your experience and your views? There’s still time to tell us! The survey closes at the end of the month.