SKILLS & TRAINING NEEDS SURVEY DATA DOWNLOAD
Recruitment and skills | May 27th 2020
Skills and training needs research
The Cornwall & Isles of Scilly Skills Hub worked with PFA Research to deliver the largest ever survey of Cornish businesses into their skills and training needs.
The survey captured the aspirations of over 1,000 businesses in Cornwall & Isles of Scilly to improve their productivity or to grow, with the supply and demand of skills. It also provided important evidence of business’ experience of accessing skills and the impact that skills investment has had on businesses.
Explore the dashboard: SKILLS & TRAINING NEEDS SURVEY DASHBOARD
Raw data download
Download an anonymised version of the raw data as ‘open data’: https://businessobservatory.com/skills-survey-2019-raw-data/ (Zip file contains Excel and CSV formats)
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