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CASC BENCHMARK REPORT 2015-16

We had a total of 33 full members participate in our benchmark survey. 

CASC Membership can access the reports at no cost by logging in to our members only section, under member resources. Non-members of CASC can purchase individual sections of the report for $25.00 CAD.  To purchase one of the sections below please send a message to info@casc-accs.com

Membership Rates

In this section of the Benchmark Report, you will find data regarding memberships at CASC member institutions, such as the average basic annual rates for different age categories and the average membership renewal rate.


School Groups/Programs 

Interested in the most frequently used school group pricing structure among CASC member institutions? In this section, you will find data regarding school groups and programs.


Outreach 

In this section, you can expect data regarding pricing structures, geographical reach, and number of people reached on average from CASC member institutions. 


Admission 

If you are interested in the average pricing among CASC member institutions for different age categories, this section includes that data and more!


Attendance 

Interested in finding out which age category visits CASC member institutions the most? This section will cover total and average attendance for adults, children, youth and seniors, for onsite and offsite, for member visits, and so on.


Workforce 

Find out the total and average number of employees, FTE employees and volunteers among CASC member institutions in this section of the CASC Benchmark Report.


Facility 

In this section, you will learn what the most common facilities are within CASC member institutions, such as average building space and most common type of giant-screen/large format theatre among CASC members.


Financials 

Earned income, public and private funds, operating revenue and expenses and personnel expenses can be found in this section.


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