28 Aug Professional progression in the Construction Industry – UP Students
Please take the survey here:
Thank you for taking part in this survey. At the end of the survey you will have the option of entering the draw to win an Apple IPAD Mini (or similar Android tablet). The survey should take no longer than about 20 minutes to complete. The aim of the survey is to identify and examine factors influencing your career, professional and study progression and the impact that the electronic environment has. The results will assist me to understand more about the links between progress in our jobs or careers, professional, qualification and academic study and how best the stakeholders across these domains can improve outcomes for everyone – especially from an education point of view – “how can we make it better?”
The 4 progression areas covered in the survey are:
1) Your career or job progression – How is your career is developing, are you doing what you wanted or thought you were going to do, where are you today and where do you want to be in 5 or 10 years?
2) Your professional organisation membership progression – Looking at the interaction with the professional organisations that accredit or licence your profession and your membership at these organisations i.e. student, member, fellow
3) Your qualification progression – How you progress from school to post school and how your qualifications develop i.e. Diploma, Bachelor, Masters and possibly PhD
4) Your course study progression – How are you doing in terms of the courses / subjects that you have to complete?
The research is being undertaken by me and is supported by the Australian Institute of Building, Australian Institute of Building Surveyors, the Building Designers Association of Queensland and CQUniversity.
Josua Pienaar FAIB
Please contact Central Queensland University’s Office of Research (Tel: 07 4923 2603) E‐mail: email@example.com; Mailing address: Building 361 Central Queensland University, Rockhampton QLD 4702) should there be any concerns about the nature and/or conduct of this research project. Counselling options are available for all research participants via Lifeline, which has a freely available 24‐hour service to the general public on telephone 131144. Further details are available at with specific services in each town or district through Australia through the Lifeline Service Finder at