Women in Aviation Survey – help CCAA understand why more women don’t choose careers in aviation

January 8, 2019

The Canadian Council for Aviation & Aerospace (CCAA) is assisting Elevate Aviation with a survey to examine why more women don’t consider aviation as a career. Your input is welcome – and appreciated. You don’t need to be a woman to participate – and you might win a $500 VISA gift card!

Data collected during the project will be used to develop recommendations for aviation companies across Canada, with a long-term goal of having more women in the industry, helping to relieve the pressure of the worldwide aviation labour shortage. Part of the data collection process is a short survey  developed by Zag Creative, in conjunction with Elevate Aviation, to learn more about the current perceptions of the aviation industry. Data collected will be used to help shape future recruitment strategies.

The survey is open to all aviation employees – from front desk clerks, to mechanics, pilots, de-icers, flight attendants, etc. If you work at an aviation company, you’re invited to take the survey. The survey should only take approximately 10 minutes to complete. The survey is open until January 23, 2019. Participants have a chance to win a $500 visa gift card.

All responses provided will be kept confidential. If you have any questions about the study, please contact Zag creative at surveys@zagcreative.ca.

As this is a topic CCAA will be examining during an upcoming Labour Market Information project, CCAA has offered to assist with this survey.

To participate in the survey please click here.

Thank you!