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Intergraf & CEPI

SPPRING Survey
Final version: April 2019

Skills for Paper & Print Next Generations (SPPRING) - Blueprint for Sectoral Cooperation on Skills

Towards an EU strategy addressing the skills and recruitment needs of the paper-based value chain (pulp and paper manufacturing and paper-based printing).
Introduction/Purpose

This survey is part of the EU-funded project SPPRING (Skills for Paper & Print Next Generations).

The project aims to develop an EU-level skills and recruitment strategy for the paper-based value chain. To achieve this, the project co-ordinators, Intergraf and CEPI, need to identify the current and future needs of the pulp and paper and graphic arts or/and printing industry for sectorally relevant skills, as well as the current and likely future supplies of such skills and the academic and vocational education and training underpinning them. This questionnaire is targeted at companies (employers) in these industries, as well as education providers and other stakeholders, such as associations, trade unions, governmental bodies and recruitment agencies.

Your opinion is important to us!

You have been invited by Intergraf and CEPI to complete this questionnaire because you are closely related to these industries. The questions have been designed to collect the pertinent data required to develop the sectoral skills and recruitment strategy for the EU, which can then be tailored to meet specific national and even regional needs.

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 stay in touch.

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.

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