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Lifelong guidance policy and practice in the EU: trends, challenges and opportunities

Investigator(s):
Dr Sally-Anne Barnes, Professor Jenny Bimrose and Professor Alan Brown, Institute for Employment Research, University of Warwick
Dr Jaana Kettunen and Dr Raimo Vuorinen, Finnish Institute for Educational Research, University of Jyväskyla

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I confirm that I have read and understood the participant information sheet for the above study. I have had the opportunity to consider the information, ask questions and have had these answered satisfactorily.
I understand that my participation is voluntary and that I am free to withdraw up to 2 weeks after my interview without giving any reason.
The procedures regarding confidentiality and GDPR compliance (e.g. the pseudonymisation of data, etc.) have been clearly explained to me.
I agree to pseudonymised verbatim quotes from the interview to be used in any reports or publications arising from the research and understand that best endeavours will be made to ensure that data in such publications are anonymised.
The archiving of data has been explained to me. I understand that my data will be securely stored for 10 years, reviewed and destroyed if it no longer needs to be kept, in line with the University of Warwick’s Research Data Management Policy.
I agree to allow the interview to be recorded for the purposes of this research only and kept until the end of the project. (If not, you can still take part in this study if you tick item number 8.)
I am happy for my data to be used in future research.
I agree to take part in the above study.

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