The City of Edinburgh Council Grant Recipient's Survey - Annual Performance 2018/19

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Closes 29 Nov 2019

The City of Edinburgh Council - Culture Service - Grant Recipient's Survey - Annual Performance 2018/19

This survey contains the questions asked annually by the Council of grant recipients receiving £10,000 and above.

The survey is seeking information for the financial year April 2018 to March 2019.

Please complete this survey by Friday 29 November 2019.

If you have any queries about the survey or will have difficulty meeting the deadline, please contact your Grant Monitoring Officer (GMO) or Sandra Elgin, Cultural Development Officer (sandra.elgin@edinburgh.gov.uk) or Tel No: 0131 529 6720.

1. What is your name?
2. What is your organisation?
3. What is your email address?
If you enter your email address then you will automatically receive an acknowledgement email when you submit your response.
4. Value of Grants: What is the value of all grants received from the City of Edinburgh Council? This is the amount which your organisation received in total revenue grant from the Council in the last financial year (example £23,000).
5. Value of Income: What is the value of income from all sources? This is the total income for your organisation for the last financial year (example £70,000).
6. Paid Staffing Hours: Please identify the total number of hours worked within your organisation by employed staff. This should be calculated for full year operation. Employed staff is defined as those that receive salary or wages full, part time or sessional. For example: 5 staff (f/t) @ 40hrs p/w for 52 weeks operation throughout the year (or other period of operation) and one part-time staff who works 8 hours a week. Total is 5x40x52 + 1x8x52 = 10,400 + 416 = 10,816 hours.
7. Unpaid Staffing and Volunteer Hours: Enter the total number of hours worked within your organisation by volunteer staff. Volunteer is defined as unpaid other than expenses. For example, 20 volunteers @ 2 hrs each p/w for 52 wks (or other period of operation) 20 x 2 x 52 = 2,080 hours.
8. Total number of users: Please identify the number of users of your organisation’s services. This might be people and/or organisations, so please include both. For this please identify the total number of individual people using your services for the full year of operation. For example: 5 classes per week x 40 weeks, for 10 people at each class. Number of users = 10 Drama group of 50 young people meets for 48 weeks and provides 3 shows in the year attended by an audience of 200 people. Number of users = 50 A lunch club for older people operates on two blocks of 15 weeks in the year providing a service for 60 people each week. Number of users = 60.
9. Total Number of People Visits: Please identify the number of ‘people visits’ to your services for the full year of operation . For example: 5 classes per week x 40 weeks, for 10 people at each class. Number of service episodes = 2000 Drama group of 50 young people meets for 48 weeks and provides 3 shows in the year attended by an audience of 200 people, 50 x48 = 2400 + 3 x200 = 600. Number of service episodes = 3000. A lunch club for older people operates on two blocks of 15 weeks in the year providing a service for 60 people each week 60 x 2 x15. Number of service episodes = 1,800.
10. Targets Set: What are the number of targets set in your funding agreement? Please enter the number of targets set out in your signed funding agreement for last year.
11. Targets met: Please enter the number of last year's targets met.
12. User Satisfaction: Guidance - the Council is keen to ensure that grant recipients can demonstrate delivery of quality services. User satisfaction can be a key indicator of how well an organisation is meeting the needs of those who use the service, and there are a range of ways employed by organisations to collect views. Using the multiple choice selection below, please indicate the way in which you collect this information. Please tick all that apply.
(Required)
13. Percentage of User Satisfaction: Also, if you are able to, you may wish to indicate the level of user satisfaction for your services, the figure which most reflects the user response for the year - this maybe an average or through other means. This should be in the form of an overall percentage, for example 70%, or range of 70-80%.
14. Delivery of Services: The Council is keen to understand where your organisation undertakes delivery of services. There are two options here. If you deliver on a city-wide (and beyond) basis you should identify 'City-wide'. However if you deliver within and across particular areas of the city, please click 'No' and you will then be asked to tick which areas you deliver services in.
(Required)
15. Ward Areas: If you do not deliver city-wide, please tick which wards the organisation provides a service. The map link below is helpful in identifying ward areas. Edinburgh wide interactive map: http://bit.ly/2NmJcTW