The Online Questionnaire:

Firstly, many thanks for giving this consultation your attention. Your involvement is very welcome and will make an important contribution to improving the future education and training of staff involved in Sport for Development.

Even if you work outside of the EU, we still welcome your views. Sport for Development is a global phenomenon.

The survey data will only be collected, processed and stored for the purposes of research for the CHANGE project.

In order to complete this questionnaire, you will need a copy of the consultation document entitled ‘Intellectual Outputs 3&4: Draft Functional Map and Occupational Standards for Sport for Development Practitioners Draft 2.0 April 2021’.

This questionnaire should be quite easy to complete. There is only a maximum of 11 questions to answer, and you can decide how much detail you want to go into.
Please read the consultation document and answer questions 1-10. Question 11 gives you the opportunity to comment on individual occupational standards, if you wish to.

You only need to comment on those standards which are of interest to you and where you feel you have experience and expertise.

Even if you are happy with the draft Functional Map and Occupational Standards, please complete the questionnaire. This will help us to demonstrate the level of support for the two products.

The closing date for this consultation is: 28 May 2021.

Please feel free to pass on the link to this questionnaire to colleagues in your organisation or partner organisations for completion.

The more experts who comment, the better.

A warm thank you in advance for your contribution and feel free to contact us if you have any questions (Ben Gittus ben.gittus@eose.org)

Yours sincerely,

The CHANGE Project

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This consultation survey has been funded with support from the European Commission. It reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.
 
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