Thursday 22nd September 2022
Are you part of the Armed Forces community living or working in Hampshire or Surrey? If so, would you be interested in completing a survey to inform a ‘Positive Pathways’ programme being run by the University of Winchester?
The ‘Positive Pathways’ programme at the University of Winchester is a two-year long project which aims to support ex-forces personnel, military families and reservists in exploring pathways into Higher Education, and build the skills and confidence to do so. This survey is to help inform the development of targeted outreach activities and tailored transition support through the ‘Positive Pathways’ programme, in partnership with the RFEA (the Forces Employment Charity).
To take part in this survey:
• Participants must be aged 14+
• Participants need to be currently living or working in Hampshire or Surrey
• Participants must have:
- experience of serving in the armed forces, or
- experience of being a reservist in the armed forces, or
- experience of being a spouse or partner of a serving individual, or
- participants are a child of a serving individual AND are age 14-24.
The questionnaire should take approximately 30 minutes to complete, and responses are confidential and anonymous. Participants will have the option at the end of the survey to enter in a prize draw to win one of three £100 Amazon vouchers.
The ‘Positive Pathways’ survey can be found here: forms.office.com/r/ejcsHP0EVm
Please note: The coordination of the activity delivered in the Positive Pathways programme at the University, under the EM3 Armed Forces Veterans and Families Programme led by RFEA, is part funded by the European Social Fund.
Questions about the Positive Pathways programme can be directed to [email protected]