28th Jun, 2022

Win a £50 voucher for giving your views

YOU could win a £50 Love2Shop voucher for telling the Employment and Skills team your views about available training and courses in the city.

Information from a short online survey is being gathered to improve future training opportunities for adults and young people in the city.

You can complete the survey anonymously, but if you complete the contact information at the end, you will be entered into a draw to win a £50 Love2Shop voucher, which can be used at most shops in the city centre.

Cabinet member for education and skills, Councillor Kindy Sandhu, said: “I’d encourage everyone to take part in the short survey as it will help us get a better picture about the types of skills and qualifications people believe they need as well as already have in the city.

“Coventry has great partnership working already and has some brilliant courses and training opportunities, but the results from the survey will help us see what residents want and help us draw up a targeted Skills Strategy.”

The online survey is open until 10 January and drawn randomly on 13 January from entries with one entry per person.

Visit https://letstalk.coventry.gov.uk/coventry-skills-survey to enter.

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