Training Survey (Tower)by Web Master14th March 201814th March 2018Welcome to your Training Survey - Tower Please confirm you are not a robot, by repeating the above text in the box below.How many ringers do you have 'on your books'. Count those ringers who consider your tower to be their home tower. Do not count ringers who ring regularly with you, but do consider another tower to be their home.How many times do you usually ring for service in a month?4 or more2 or 3OnceLess frequentlyWhen you do ring for service, how many ringers are present (including regular visitors who are not members of your team counted earlier).Your new question!When you do ring for practice, how many ringers are present (including regular visitors who are not members of your team counted earlier).How many times do you usually ring for practice in a month?4 or more2 or 3OnceLess frequentlyHow many ringers have learned to ring in the past 2 years?How many of these learners have given up ringing?How many of your own ringers (exclude regular visitors) can:Ring rounds (unaided) and call changesRing tenor behind to doublesRing more advanced methods (Little Bob, Treble to Cambridge, Kent or Oxford on an inside bell)Ring more complicated methods (e.g. Stedman Doubles or Cambridge Minor)Ring plain hunt on 5 or more bellsWould you (as Tower Captain) like help with any of the following? Recruiting new ringers Training new ringers Teaching change ringing Publicising ringing eventsHow many of your ringers might be interested in the following training? While we usually hold training events on Saturday morning/afternoon, if there is sufficient demand we may be able to come to you for an evening session.Please enter any other comments you think might be appropriate suggestions for other training maybe?)Finally, please encourage your ringers to take part in our survey for ringers. As well as expressing an interest in the training events we may offer, we are also looking for volunteers to help out.