Creating a Framework for Education in the Creative Industries - Supervisor Survey
I am Craig Hansen and a student at the University of Auckland, Faculty of Education. My main supervisor is John Hope. I am currently the Head of Creative Technologies at Springfield International Curriculum School.

This Project
This project intends to create a framework for education in the creative industries. The research project will collect data during the next 6 months. The expected benefits are for schools, graduates and the creative industries; to allow schools to create, review and develop their programmes of learning based on the framework developed in this project, so graduates are better prepared for success upon graduation and ultimately entering the creative industries. The summary of results will be used for the thesis of my PhD, conference presentations and journal articles.


Risks
There are no physical risks involved in this project.

Invitation
You are invited to participate anonymously in this research. You have been invited because you are a supervisor of recent (within the last 12 months) creative industries graduates from an educational institution. This questionnaire may take between 25 to 35 minutes. By completing this survey, you are giving consent to your data being included in this research project.

The data you provide to this project will be kept securely for six (6) years electronically. After the time period the data will be erased.

Right to withdraw

You may choose to withdraw your participation, without giving a reason, or simply not participate. During the completion of this survey, you may choose to stop completing this survey and thereby withdraw your participation.
You may also choose to have your data deleted and removed from this project up to one month (31 days) after completing the questionnaire, by emailing the researcher with the exact time and date of when you completed this survey (please note this down somewhere for future reference if you need it) and then request withdrawal of your data.

Confidentiality and Anonymity
Only the researcher and supervisors named in this PIS will have access to your data for the purpose of analysis. Your personal details will not be supplied, shared or given to no other person at any time. Original data will be destroyed after 6 years.

Your identity and the identity of your organization will be protected in any published or shared data or summary report.
If you were invited to participate through or by your employer, non-participation or withdrawal from the research will not affect your employment relationships

The data you provide will only be used in summary form; any references to people, places, institutions etc. that could identify them or yourself will be removed and replaced with place-holders for example, such as “teacher”, “supervisor”, “city” or “institution”.

Contact Details and Approval

Contact details – Researcher
Craig Hansen
Chan019@auckland.ac.nz

Contact details – Supervisors
John Hope
+64-9-923-7515
j.hope@auckland.ac.nz

Burkhard Wuensche
+64-9-3737-599 x83705
burkhard@cs.auckland.ac.nz

Contact details – Head of Department.
Associate Professor Lorri Santamaria
+64-9-373-7599
l.santamaria@auckland.ac.nz


For any queries regarding ethical concerns you may contact the Chair, The University of Auckland Human Participants Ethics Committee, The University of Auckland, Research Office, Private Bag 92019, Auckland 1142. Telephone 09 373-7599 ext. 83711. Email: ro-ethics@auckland.ac.nz.
What is your role title?
What is your organisation name?
How long have you been in this present organisation?
What is your age?
What is your gender?
How many years have your work in the creative industries?
How many recent graduates have you hired in the last 12 months?
How many recent graduates do you have in your supervision at this present time?
What attracted you to the creative industries?
What kinds of roles or positions in the creative industries have you held thus far?
In your experience, in which kinds of employment are graduates engaged in your studio:
tick all that apply
Which qualities, skills and understandings do you look for in graduate hires?
Please allocate a rating from 1-5 on how important your rate each of the following when judging a graduate's suitability to work in your studio: *
1 is least important, 5 is most important
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5
Technical skills
Interpersonal skills
Project experience (group work, deadlines etc.)
Commercial experience (internship, industry projects etc.)
Academic success (course grades, course completions etc.)
References
Showreel or portfolio of course work
Do you, or have you, participated in government funded or facilitated production or co-productions?
Are government or local body initiatives (funding, support, promotions etc.) important for the creative industries to grow?
Please describe the “perfect hire” for your studio.
this refers to the style of learning they use most often
Please describe the qualities of recent graduates that have eliminated them from gaining a role in your studio,
i.e. what was wrong?
From your experience, do you agree that education providers are successfully engaging with studios?
strongly disagree
strongly agree
Clear selection
From your perspective, how can education providers engage more successfully with your studio or the wider creative industries?
Please rate the importance of the following when hiring a recent graduate
1 = little importance, 5 = great importance
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2
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Software skills
Clear specialisation
Both
Clear selection
Due to their programmes of learning, I believe graduates are well prepared to have the knowledge and skills to understand and accept any style of employment in the creative industries (freelance, contract, employment etc.)
strongly disagree
strongly agree
Clear selection
I believe graduates are well prepared when they have teachers that have recently been working in the creative industries
strongly disagree
strongly agree
Clear selection
I believe graduates are well prepared if they have an active and visible graduate placement programmes in the creative industries
strongly disagree
strongly agree
Clear selection
Successful programmes of learning include education in industry standards and/or regulations
strongly disagree
strongly agree
Clear selection
It is important that programmes of learning provide goal setting& time management training
strongly disagree
strongly agree
Clear selection
It is important that programmes of learning provide assessments that mimic real-life commercial projects
strongly disagree
strongly agree
Clear selection
Successful graduates have participated in a programme of learning which matches closely a creative industries environment (layout of technical labs, software, team projects etc.)
strongly disagree
strongly agree
Clear selection
As long as graduates have a basic level of technical skill, we can train them in everything else they need to be successful
strongly disagree
strongly agree
Clear selection
As long as graduates are passionate about working with us, we can teach them everything else they need
strongly disagree
strongly agree
Clear selection
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