The reporting of a well-documented seminar is as easy as pie. Once you have all the learning aims, topics and methods noted down the reporting becomes a matter of incorporating your and participants' observations, feedback and recommendations into the existing document. Also, the more relevant details and insights that you have in the training documentation, the easier it becomes for you to share your experience with the new facilitators that might join your team.
Documentations have several functions. In order to find the right form, you can reflect on how interested the particular addressee of a documentation is: A supporting organization is highly interested in quantifiable facts, a guest in a seminar is possibly more interested in an atmospheric aura. A participant in a training is as well interested in documentation, but will do this more in individualized form.
One aim of this cheklist is to help you to give an overview about a seminar for persons, that were not at the seminar, especially clients. As well it helps a team to structure their evaluation process and helps to save findings, outcomes or aspects that have to be kept in mind for the future.
Digital tools allow us to share outcome of single sessions, easy and fast documentation of teamwork, or sharing links. As well we might plan our next program steps in an interactive way or evaluate things.
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- Documentation in Trainings