supporting, developing and representing community groups,
voluntary organisations, social enterprises and volunteering
Creating, running and understanding the results of surveys
Created: 03/09/2020, Updated: 20/10/2020
When: 1000 - 1200, Wednesday 04 November 2020 Where: Zoom Call, Anywhere with an internet connection, Online, KY6 2AL This event is being organised by Fife Voluntary Action This particular event is free to attend, so no payment is required.
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Data is the key to good decision-making. Increasingly, decision-makers (including funders) look for a strong, data-centred basis for any applications made to them, often with the views of the affected community being a key component. Surveys are therefore a key form of community consultation, offering an opportunity to quickly gather a large body of responses to demonstrate collective feeling about a project, or to determine an initiative's viability. The ability to conduct a good survey is an essential component of running most third sector organisations.
This webinar will explore:
Framing the main question - what do you want to know, and why?
Targeting the right people in the right way at the right time;
Understanding question types and when to use them;
Structuring and wording your questions to encourage responses;
Basic results analysis and reporting; and
Some of the tools that are available to help.
Who should attend?
This webinar is suitable for any person/group that needs to consult with their community/membership. It will be of particular use to those looking to submit applications for funding or property transfers where an idea of local buy-in needs to be evidenced.