2011

Sport NZ (formally SPARC) - Volunteers Legacies research

 

Twelve months following the completion of the Rugby World Cup, the final phase of data collection for Geoff Dickson's study of Rugby World Cup volunteers was complete.  The study was a longitudinal study of event volunteers.  Key variables in the study included expectations, motivations, satisfaction and behavioural intentions towards sport participation and volunteerism, and perceived employability.  The final report was submitted to Sport New Zealand in December.

 

 

Started: 
Dec 2011
Finished: 
Dec 2012
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Department of Conservation (DOC) - Surveying and mapping recreational use and value of New Zealand's coastal environment

 

Led by Associate Director Mark Orams with support from Simon Milne, this externally funded project has been awarded to NZTRI as part of a research consortium with Visitor Solutions and Geographic Business Systems.

 

Started: 
Dec 2011
Finished: 
Jun 2012
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H & W Williams Memorial Museum Trust

 

The purpose of this research was to assess the concept of a museum at the Retreat - Archdeacon Henry Williams family home in Pakaraka on behalf of the H & W Williams Memorial Museum Trust. This research has allowed the Trust to make informed decisions on the museum initiative before proceeding to a full feasibility study. The research was conducted using a number of techniques, and both secondary and primary research took place. The research also provided the trust with a number of recommendations regarding the museum initiative and the future of The Retreat.

 

Started: 
Mar 2011
Finished: 
Feb 2012
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