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Cranfield seeks ADS Members' insights

Posted 4 December 2018 · Add Comment

Cranfield Defence and Security has launched a survey to gain insights from ADS Members that will contribute to ensuring its education and training courses maintain their relevance for industry.


Courtesy Cranfield Defence and Security

Cranfield Defence and Security is currently reviewing its courses and services portfolio, as it wants to ensure that it continues to meet the needs of the defence and security industry, both now and in the future.

Cranfield Defence and Security has an unrivalled reputation in the defence and security sector, with its expertise  trusted by governments, armed forces, industry and security services around the world. It is therefore asking ADS members to complete a short survey about their needs.

The survey is hosted by independent market research agency, DJS research, that will guarantee answers remain anonymous and confidential.
 
As an incentive to complete the survey, Cranfield Defence and Security will be offering one respondent, drawn at random, a £50 Global Giving voucher for them to allocate to a project of their choice.
 
To complete the survey click here :
 
If you have question about the survey, please contact Cranfield University’s Market Research Manager rupert.smith@cranfield.ac.uk.

 

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