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ASRL Surf Rowers Survey

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6 years 8 months ago #43492 by The Web Guy
The Web Guy created the topic: ASRL Surf Rowers Survey
The ASRL Committee has released a new Surf Rowers survey and are inviting current and non-current members and rowers to participate. Results of the survey will be used in future discussions with SLSA. Current ASRL members who have provided an email address should have already received their invitation directly via email. For those of you who would like to participate and who have not received an invite, you can access the survey by clicking HERE .

You will need to register (Name & email address only) to participate. Responses are anonymous. One survey response per email address. We encourage all surf rowers, past & present, to participate.

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6 years 8 months ago #43495 by Bert Hunt
Bert Hunt replied the topic: ASRL Surf Rowers Survey
Wow we hit some interest here. Responses flowing in and a truckload of comment that will take same wading through.

We have been asked a few times about anonymity so thought we could just spell out roughly what happens to your response.

Your survey response is completely confidential. If you look at the return email you receive it states From no- reply Lime service.

The survey is conducted totally independent for us by survey monkey. The process is that when you hit send your completed survey is separated from your email and the responses go into a general database that has no link to any email. Your email address is captured in the no reply section and you receive a receipt simply to confirm to you that it was registered. The signature the system uses is Secretary ASRL simply so you know who is receipting you. It isn't actually our secretary but just the automatic sign off.

We understand that some of the survey questions don't apply e'g' if you gained your Bronze 20 years ago the question will hardly be relevant. One error is that questions are mandatory so sorry if you can just do your best with the offending questions. All we are after is to look for trends.

Keep the responses rolling so we can have good solid data for any future debate.

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6 years 7 months ago #43502 by Bert Hunt
Bert Hunt replied the topic: ASRL Surf Rowers Survey
Survey responses to date have been extremely helpful. It is by your contribution that we can all understand the direction you want the sport to go and the issues you feel need addressing.

We welcome all your input and note that the comments section is all trending to tell a story. We don’t mind if it is the ASRL or the State Rowing Bodies or the State SLS or SLSA that you focus on as we will be reading and directing your comments as appropriate. Keep it positive as that makes it easier to see the pathway.

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6 years 7 months ago #43509 by The Web Guy
The Web Guy replied the topic: ASRL Surf Rowers Survey - RESULTS ATTACHED
Thank you to the 520 rowers who completed this survey. That number identifies how important you all feel about improving our sport. Attached you will find the complete unedited survey including comments from 63% of you that took the time to give us all an insight into your thoughts on what is good and not so good.
We have done our best to break the key issues out of the actual survey and the many comments into a summary to make it easier to digest all that has been said and that summary is also included.

We will now start working back to the various levels in SLS with this supporting information to build a case for more consultation and to bring change into some areas that desperately need them.

ASRL Committee

RESULTS:

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File Name: Survey_ASR...2015.pdf
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SUMMARY:

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File Name: Survey-ASR...mary.pdf
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