This 3-minute survey is part of a dissemination toolkit which follows the first release of the AUTOMOTIVE SKILLS AGENDA STRATEGY & ROADMAP, one of the outputs of the Development and Research on Innovative Vocational Educational Skills project (DRIVES), the Blueprint for Sectoral Cooperation on Skills in the Automotive sector.

The aim of this survey is to collect your feedback with reference to the Strategy and Roadmap’s KEY ACTIONS, which will allow us to further understand and develop the actions to be taken and ultimately adapt and update the Strategy and Roadmap in line with the goals of the project.

The 8 KEY ACTIONS (KAs) are:
  • KA 1: Establish EU Reference Recognition of Skills and Job Roles
  • KA 2: Establish Harmonized Approach to Education and Training Offer
  • KA 3: Understand and make available innovative methods of delivery of training and education
  • KA 4: Modular Approach to the Training Provision
  • KA 5: Focus on All Levels of Education and Training
  • KA 6: Improve Recruitment and Attractiveness of the Automotive Sector
  • KA 7: Actively Involve Key Players and Sectoral Intelligence Update
  • KA 8: Ensure Sustainable Approach
This survey is specifically dedicated to KA 2.

You have been invited to complete this survey because you are a stakeholder in this industry and your opinion is very important to us!

As a participating organisation, you are entitled to receive the results of this study. Please provide us with your contact details in order for us to communicate this information to you when it is available.

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* 1. I agree for my data to be used for this project’s purpose.

All data collected through the survey will be considered confidential and used in an aggregated manner only for the purposes of the project. NO INFORMATION WILL BE USED IN A DISAGGREGATED MANNER AND DISSEMINATED OUTSIDE THE PROJECT PARTNERSHIP.

We take the protection of your data very seriously, including compliance with the GDPR. Your data will be stored by us on specially maintained servers. These are protected by technical and organisational measures to prevent loss, destruction, access, modification or dissemination of the data by unauthorised persons. Only a limited number of authorised researchers will have access to your data.