CHEC has a three-fold approach to data collection from CHEC members so that we have a national database which can yield aggregate comparative data for bench marking, comparative studies of trends, professional development and the promotion of our movement.
The three areas are: recruitment and enrolment data; institutional data (some collected by CHEC and some by EFC via the T-3010 forms that all charities submit); and research data that can be used for either professional or institutional development or public promotion or both.
A database is needed to establish a national profile of CHEC, its institutions, their graduates and their impact on Canadian
society and the wider world.
We are now collecting for 2015-16. Results will be discussed at the upcoming CHEC Conference, Toronto, ON, Friday, Nov 4, 2016.
We are encouraging all CHEC members to participate in the institutional data collection.