Andreas Rose is a Research Associate in our Victoria Office. Andreas has managed a variety of research projects and has conducted complex data analysis including various kinds of modeling, forecasting, and regression analysis. He has achieved a Bachelor of Arts in Communications and Film Studies as well as a Bachelor of Science in Engineering. In addition, Andreas completed a Certificate of Project Management in 2007.
Through his work administering numerous large-scale surveys Andreas has developed expertise in areas including sample design, survey methodology, and data weighting. These large-scale studies have included surveys of the general public and targeted populations, including employers, students and graduates. Some of Andreas’ recent projects include: the 2013/2012/2011/2009 Diploma, Associate Degree, and Certificate Outcomes (DACSO) Survey/ Apprenticeship Student Outcomes (APPSO) Survey/ Developmental Student Outcomes (DEVSO) Survey/ and Baccalaureate Graduate (BGS) Survey for BC STATS, the B.C. Ministry of Advanced Education, and participating Post-Secondary Institutions, the 2012 Fraser River Crossings Travel Survey for Translink, the 2011 and 2009 Alberta Wage and Salary Survey for Alberta Employment and Immigration the 2011 TRANS Origin-Destination Survey for TRANS Committee, and the CRD 2011 Origin Destination Household Travel Survey for the Capital Regional District (CRD).