Focus Groups

You can also use focus groups, as you did before training. You may want to use the same people from the pretraining groups in order to close the loop on their ideas and opinions. Such people can be helpful in determining how effective their ideas before the session were in meeting training needs. Their feedback can be useful in increasing their knowledge and awareness of the complexities of the training process, providing feedback to them, and potentially in gaining their future training support and involvement.


Think about post-session follow-up efforts that you have seen used in the past. What strategies were employed to get feedback and data?_

Do you think that those initiatives were effective? If so, in what ways? If not, why not?

How can you use post-session assessments in the future to improve learning quality in your sessions?

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