Active Queensland Eye Stakeholder Survey

Active Queensland Eye Stakeholder Survey

On establishing a multi-sport data storage system

Posted on 13.09.2021

Active Queensland Eye is a project led by AQIA and QSport and funded under the Queensland Government’s ActiveKIT program to establish a data storage system to support multi-sports in multiple locations across Queensland. ActiveXchange have been engaged to deliver project.

The specific project delivery aims are:

  1. Lead the consultation, development and construction of a new product ‘Active Qld Eye’ including building a custom, multi-faceted data, visualisation and insight hub that brings in key industry peaks and sector leaders, under the guidance of QSport, featuring custom
    dashboards analysing performance and opportunity to address the challenges identified by ActiveKIT across Sport, Recreation and Health, Fitness and Leisure.
  2. Lead the exploration, development, production and delivery of an ecosystem that connects data beyond membership (casual and social data) where possible in Nontraditional sport and leisure infrastructure, casual participation, school participation, groups participation, event participation, workforce participation and volunteer participation
  3. Develop a sector wide training package to harness the power of data and ensure everyone connected to the new platform is capitalising on the analytics and insights to address the challenges identified by ActiveKIT.
  4. Provision of 50 annual accounts to be spread across the QLD network as determined by QSport

Gathering relevant, accurate data will be challenging but this project will create a way forward for these discussions to be had and an environment built to support organisations to collaborate across all parts of the “Active QLD Network”. This will result in participation data sets are available, tracked, measured and reported in line with key health and wellbeing and participation indicators as confirmed by the 2 grant challenges focus
cohorts.

This survey is design to assist with the first part of this project which is largely a discovery phase to understand the ‘data landscape’ for active recreation in Queensland.

A workshop for each sector will be held soon and you will be sent a separate email with relevant details. Further information on the project is outlined below, or please feel free to contact us for further detail. Your assistance in this exciting initiative is appreciated.

 

A workshop for each sector will be held soon and you will be sent a separate email with relevant details. Further information on the project is outlined below, or please feel free to contact us for further detail.

Your assistance in this exciting initiative is appreciated.

 

 

 

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