Title TRA.I.N.E.R - Transferring Innovation and Network in Renewable Energies
Project Number LLP-LDV/TOI/2007/IT/195
Product THE FINAL COMPARATIVE SYNTHETIC REPORT ON NEEDS' ANALYSIS
Title THE FINAL COMPARATIVE SYNTHETIC REPORT ON NEEDS' ANALYSIS
Product Type others
Marketing Text These reports are the result of data processing of collected information related to questionnaires, focus groups and interviews made by the partners. The reports underline the informative and formative needs expressed by the target groups of the areas involved in the project.
Description These reports are the result of the second phase of the project which was aimed to understand the needs of target groups (represented by stakeholders identified) in order to adapt the contents of PRO AERE project to the needs identified in the Italian and European areas involved in TRA.I.N.E.R.. The main instrument of needs analysis used to achieve this goal was a questionnaire – which was different for enterprises and for citizens – supported by focus groups and interviews. These reports are the result of data processing of collected information related to questionnaires, focus groups and interviews. The reports underline the informative and formative needs expressed by the target groups of the areas involved in the project. The Final Comparative Synthetic Report (written in the 5 project languages) is the final result, even coming from the analysis of reports on the needs’ analysis made locally by the partners involved in this project phase.
Target group Citizens, Teachers, Students, Entrepreneurs, Entrepreneurs Associations, Enterprises, Technicians of the sector
Result These reports highlight and represent the achievement of an important result: the partnership was able to transfer the methodology used in previous successful project PRO AERE (selection target, stakeholder identification, definition needs) to the new target of the TRA.I.N.E.R. project.
Area of application The Reports on Needs’ Analysis are in a pdf format and they can be read by all people who are interested in having deep information on the project and especially on the needs emerged in the formative-informative RES sector.