Designing Surveys for Collecting Program Evaluation Data
Some programs have a common survey tool for evaluating, but many do not. How do you build a survey that is useful and what type of questions should you include?
The type of training program or activity will determine which survey tool to use. For the purpose of training evaluation, Extension programs and activities can be broadly divided into four categories:
1. Short training sessions (One-time educational activity or presentation conducted within 2 hours or less)
Example: A training workshop on soil sampling or healthy lifestyle education
2. Long training sessions (One-time educational activity or presentation that is at least longer than 2 hours)
Example: Food safety training for food service employees
3. Multi-session training programs (Educational program presented in series to an audience for more than once over an extended period of time)
Example: a) 4-H club activities
b) Nutrition and exercise education programs
4. Train-the-Trainer training programs
Example: Master Gardener volunteer training
Join us for more information. The session will be recorded for those who cannot attend.
Contact: Sarah Traub, [email protected], 573-882-2151
This workshop will be led by:
Dr. K.S.U. (Jay) Jayaratne, Professor and State Leader for Extension Evaluation in the Department of Agriculture and Human Sciences at North Carolina State University