Evaluation of the EY Foundation
Before participating in our interview regarding your experience of engaging with the EY Foundation, it is important that you understand the purpose of the research, what taking part involves, and what will happen with the data we collect from you. Please take time to read the following information carefully; we will ask you to confirm that you have read and understand this document prior to commencing the interview.
Purpose of the research
CFE Research has been commissioned by the EY Foundation to undertake an independent evaluation that determines the value and impact of the programmes currently in place for young people.
The evaluation will explore your experiences from initial engagement through to completion of your involvement – or present day for those who continue to be involved – to inform the future development of the EY Foundation’s work. The research is designed to understand the process through which outcomes for participants, volunteers and employers are achieved, and to determine the impact of the programme all those involved, both in the short and long term.
What does participation involve?
You are now being asked to participate in an interview about your experiences of the programme, including what has worked well and key learning points for the future. The interview will be undertaken by a member of the research team working on the study and take approximately 30-45 minutes. You can terminate the interview at any point and/or decline to answer specific questions without giving a reason. Subject to your permission, we will record the interview for transcription.
What personal data will be captured?
We will not ask you to provide any personal information; however, you may volunteer this information in response to a question where you deem it to be relevant. Any personal data provided will not be kept longer than is necessary for the purpose of the research.
Who will see my data?
The interview recording will be transcribed for analysis purposes. The transcript and recording will be saved using a unique identifier rather than your name on a secure network; only those researchers working on the study will have access to it. The data we will collect from you will be analysed along with responses provided by other respondents to identify key themes relevant to the research. This will inform a series of published reports, outputs and presentations. All data will be reported anonymously including any direct quotations so it will not be possible for anyone to identify you or the school you represent on the basis of the comments you make.
How will my personal data be protected?
Appropriate safeguards are in place at CFE Research for secure collection, storage, transmission and disposal of your personal data in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation. The transcript and recording of the interview will be deleted by no later than six months following the end the evaluation in February 2019.
How to withdraw your data
You can withdraw your consent for CFE Research to hold your personal data at any time without giving a reason; this means that if you change your mind we will remove any personal data disclosed throughout the course of the interview within 28 days. This means that we will delete the interview recording and remove anything that is personally identifiable to you contained within the transcript. To do this please contact Irshad Mulla using the contact details provided below.
If you have any questions about the purpose of this research, the data we will be collecting from you, why and how we plan to use the data, please contact:
Upper Brown Street
T: 0116 229 3300