We always ask delegates on our training courses for their feedback so that we can monitor our performance and ensure we’re delivering the best possible learning experience. As well as an opportunity for general comments the feedback includes asking them to rate from 1 (poor) to 10 (great) the following questions:
How well did the course and content meet your expectations?
How much have you learnt during the course?
How well did you feel the course was presented?
How interesting was the course for you?
How equipped are you now to apply what you have learnt here in your workplace?
The current average for delivering this course, as assessed by our delegates, is 9.8
“Lecturer was very engaging and made sure to involve everyone and made the course interesting and relevant to all involved”
NT, Manufacturing sector, July 2022
“Course was very well presented and the lecturer kept me engaged at all times. Activities and practice runs were interesting and helped to get the idea across and aid understanding. Thank you for the course and for your time.”
CP, Manufacturing sector, July 2022
“Interesting and useful. Now I have more understanding of what to achieve and how to get there.”
HB, Service sector, October 2019
“Thanks, great attitude and communication skills. I look forward to having another course, I really like this subject.”
KT, Distribution sector, August 2019
“Well structured course, very engaging and informative. Learned a lot to take into every day workings.”
BF, Manufacturing sector, May 2019
“Good insight with good content, understandable at all levels.”
CC, Manufacturing sector, September 2018
“The lecturer had a very good knowledge of the course content and kept a good communication with the class. His enthusiasm was refreshing.”
DS, Manufacturing sector, Jun 2018
“A very interesting course and I am filled with enthusiasm. My tools to tackle issues and improve my working environment have been greatly improved.”
AB, Manufacturing sector, Jun 2018
“The course helped a general understanding of the need for work measurement and the processes involved.”
WP, Financial and commercial sector, Feb 2018