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Employee Safety: Your Life Matters

Evaluation Instruments:
final quizzes; case studies/scenarios; course evaluations

Evaluation Overview:
Employees quiz ratings will be a major factor in if the training was developed and
delivered in an effective way. A score of 80% or better is deemed to be a passing
score; if learners on a large scale do not achieve that score the entire program will
need to be revamped. Learners will also be asked to complete course evaluations at
the end of both the instructor led and the web-based trainings. The ratings and
feedback received here will be used to critique the effectiveness as well as the
relevance of the training. In addition to determining if the course was successful or
not, the training team will be looking to see of learners feel this was a waste of their
time. Revisions will be made to the training based on feedback received from learners
and refresher training will be provided on a periodic basis. In addition, a video version
of this training will be made available so that learners are able to refer back to it at
any given time.
Facility Safety | Employee Safety: Your Life Matters
End of Training Evaluation (Instructor Led)

Circle the number, which represents your response to each item, and include any specific comments.
4 = Agree 3 = Agree 2 = Disagree 1 = Disagree
Use the following range: Strongly Somewhat Somewhat Strongly

1. Pre-program logistics, support and information was timely,


useful and thorough. 4 3 2 1

2. Support and logistics during the program was excellent. 4 3 2 1

3. The quality of the training materials was excellent. 4 3 2 1

4. The quality of instruction was excellent. 4 3 2 1

5. I thought the case study was an excellent learning tool. 4 3 2 1

6. I would recommend this program to others without


reservation. 4 3 2 1

7. I am definitely interested in attending the follow-on


courses on Facility Safety. 4 3 2 1
Facility Safety | Employee Safety: Your Life Matters
End of Training Evaluation (Web-based)

Circle the number, which represents your response to each item, and include any specific comments.

Use the following range: 1 = Poor 2 = Fair 3 = Good 4 = Excellent

Course Content 4 3 2 1
Comments:

Course Methods 4 3 2 1
Comments:

Trainer_(Merica Green)__ 4 3 2 1
Comments:

Course Organization (including length, daily hours, etc.) 4 3 2 1


Comments:

Facilities 4 3 2 1
Comments:

Pre-course organization/communication, advertising 4 3 2 1


Comments:

Any other comments: