Take part in the London Learner Survey and Support Adult Learning

The Greater London Authority (GLA) wants to know how adult learning in and around London can change people’s lives. Take part in this survey and you will be entered into a draw to win an iPad!

About the Survey:

The London Learner Survey is an important online survey about adult education in and around London. The Mayor of London and the Greater London Authority, who oversee adult education in the area, want to find out what kind of changes happen in peoples’ lives while they are studying.

The survey asks about why you want to study, your health, your job (if you have one) and how you feel about other things in your life like working, volunteering and spending time with different kinds of people. You will also be asked for your contact details so that London Learner Survey can get back in touch with you after you finish your course to find out if anything has changed, you will not receive any spam or marketing emails from this.

How to Take Part:

The survey is online and takes 10 minutes. You can do it using a phone, tablet, laptop or computer. There are different ways to access the survey and once you have completed it you will be entered into a prize draw to win an iPad.

  • Simply click this link https://www.iffresearch.com/LLS/cbmk
  • If you see a poster about the survey, scan the QR code with your phone or tablet, or type the web address into your browser address bar

Then choose the language you want to do the survey in and click next. You can answer the questions using the touchscreen on your phone or tablet, or using a mouse or keyboard.

All your answers will be stored securely by IFF Research, who are the research agency hosting the survey. Your learning provider won’t be able to see your answers.

By taking part you will help to improve adult courses for all Londoners. If you have any problems accessing the survey please speak to your tutor or visit www.londonlearnersurvey.co.uk