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Wanted - A fab training feedback form

Wanted - A fab training feedback form

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Hi,

I was wondering if any of you out there would care to share your feedback forms. We are re-vamping our feedback process (and forms) and although I have some examples from previous roles I thought it might be intersting to see if we could get some ideas about content, layout and structure from all you good, good people in training land.

If you have anything you would like to share with us please email me at [email protected]

Thanks in advance and I'm looking forward to seeing what you have!

Sanjay

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Steve
By SteveRobson
03rd Oct 2012 15:39

Hi Sanjay

I will send you my form full of smiley faces. I've seen and used quite a few variations and I'm really not sure what works best?

As someone who also attends a lot of courses I would like the opportunity to feedback on individual sessions during the course rather than at the end. I personally hand out forms at the start of the day and encourage them to be completed at regular intervals. You could then have pre course expectations and post course realities? Quite powerful especially if their expectations are exceeded.

If you are just using them for data collection then I'm sure an on line electronic version would probably be the way to go. I've just started working with an App developer and that could be another idea for feedback?

Hope you will post your favourite and the version you will use!

Good luck

Steve

 

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By Garry Platt
03rd Oct 2012 19:42

A recent related posting on the Kirkpatrick web site:

 

http://www.kirkpatrickpartners.com/Blog/tabid/135/ID/221/Are-You-Asking-...

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By fejmaster
04th Oct 2012 09:27

Hi Sanjay,

We have recently started using a "postcard" which delegates take away from the session the put in a drop box once completed. This relieves any pressure regarding the trainer seeing their comments which encourages honest feedback. The cards have a perforated tear off strip which the delegates put their name on. This way when they are dropped in the box the feedback can remain anonymous if they wish. We have a prize draw each month and the winner receives a Kindle.

This is a great way of ensuring the feedback comes in and doesnt get forgotten.

Hope this gives you some ideas.

Rich

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By TeenD4
04th Oct 2012 17:27

Hi Sanjay

I have used this website in the past and found the questions to be very useful, especially if you want to base it on  Kirkpatrick level:

wwww.trainingcheck.com

Hope this helps

Regards

Tina

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By JaneSmith
08th Oct 2012 12:01

 It is very short - but people like that!

Also the layout is clear and it is easy to produce a composite feedback report from this format.

Hope this helps.

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By sxparmar
12th Oct 2012 20:22

Hi. Thanks to all the people who sent me feedback forms. It's been a great help in trying to make a fantastic feedback process.

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