Business Skills and Training Survey: West of England 2018
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Help us ensure the future of skills in our region by taking part in the Business Skills and Training Survey 2018.

Skills West, a project delivered by Business West, would like to explore your organisation's general recruitment, skills and training needs in their annual Business Skills and Training Survey.

This is your opportunity to share your views and ensure that education and training provision in the West of England for your sector is responsive and relevant to business needs.

It will take less than 10 minutes to complete and every company that submits their responses will be entered in to a prize draw to win a team experience day.


Data Protection Legislation – This information will only be shared where the law allows it.  It may be shared with other organisations and the Department for Work & Pensions for administrative, statistical and research purposes, to inform careers and other guidance and to monitor progress.  For more detailed information on how we handle your personal information see the ESFA: privacy notice

Where you provide personal data to us, it is essential that you have the right to give us that personal data, and to allow us to use it as anticipated by the arrangements between us.  This includes where the personal data that you are providing relates to people other than yourself.  We will rely on you to make sure that you do have those rights.  Both we and you will comply with our obligations under all relevant laws and rules on data protection and privacy.

 

1. We'd like to start by finding out some information about your business. *

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2. How many people work in your business? *

 

3. Does your business have a UK salary bill over £3 million?
(This is relevant to the new Apprenticeship Levy). *

 

4. Does your business sell its products or services to individuals or businesses from overseas? *

 

5. Do you consider your business to be a social enterprise? *

 

6. Do you consider your business to be part of the low carbon economy? *