Training Tips – December 2010
Evaluating the reach and effectiveness of your online training courses is a true measure of success, and a key element to your e-learning system is the ability to automatically facilitate and examine learner feedback. When you customize training evaluations by creating end-of-course questions, your training team gains valuable information about the about the overall success of the course. You can drill down to the usefulness of some questions and the value of the content or message.
When you generate a post-course evaluation, your system is compiling student feedback, saving it in a database for reporting and analysis. Summarizing reactions per student, per course or per question should be an option, as well. Your evaluations can be form-based, occurring at the end of the course, or via direct email to the student. Either way, your administrators can elicit learners’ input in just a couple of clicks, giving them the ability to make changes and enhance the course as needed.
Your online training program will generate measurable achievements within the organization, and essential to these metrics is the value placed on the experience by the student. Evaluating feedback by student, by course or by survey question, make certain your system offers the reporting capability you need. The FlexTraining total e-learning solution gives your students the option to assess the benefit of their online training experience, and it gives your training team a built-in reporting function to gather and analyze critical learner feedback.