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You'll have 101 different questionnaires, checklists and proformas at your fingertips. They have all been carefully chosen to provide you with the widest range of applications across a broad spectrum of situations.

Essential tools for all your training

Questionnaires, checklists and proformas are vital components of a trainers toolkit, (and a managers as well!) but can be time-consuming and difficult to develop successfully. They may be used for many different purposes: gathering information, analysing and evaluating data or ideas, collating individuals thoughts and feedback and acting as a prompt or an aide mémoire, to name but a few.

Designed for Ease of Use

101 Questionnaires, Checklists and Proformas A toolkit is designed for you to dip into and pull out winning activities whenever you need them. Each activity comes with:

  • Purpose a quick overview of the type and scope of the tool
  • When to use when to use the tool for best advantage
  • How to use suggestions for how the tool may be used, either by yourself or by others
  • Logo the logo Q, C and P appears on the first page of each unit and enables you to see at a glance whether the tool is a questionnaire, checklist or proforma
  • OK to copy handout masters are included as appropriate
  • CD-ROM containing the whole pack as an Adobe®Acrobat® pdf file
  • Applications grid gives you a speedy reference aid to the uses of the tools.


List of Activities:

1. Administering a case study

2. Analysing a case study

3. Are you a learning organisation?

4. Assessing and evaluating discussions

5. Assessing learning needs

6. Assessing your presentation

7. Assumptions about action learning

8. Celebrating success

9. Change agent selection and analysis

10. Checking the conditions for action learning

11. Choosing a good project

12. Coaching questions

13. Conference and seminar learning log

14. Considerations for a networked learning system

15. Considerations for computer-based training

16. Considerations for leading discussions

17. Considerations for secondments and attachments

18. Considerations for volunteering

19. Content of written exercises

20. Cost-benefit analysis

21. Deciding when and how to use a focused discussion

22. Designing an in-tray exercise

23. Designing a training programme

24. Designing computer-based learning

25. Determining a role-play scenario

26. Determining questions to use in a focused discussion

27. Developing an assessment centre

28. Developing a development centre

29. Devising a case study

30. Discussing a secondment or attachment

31. Do we really need a consultant?

32. Equipment survey for blended training

33. Evaluating open learning materials

34. Facilitator skills with P and Q

35. Factors affecting commitment

36. Giving a presentation

37. Finance jargon buster

38. Five whys

39. Gathering additional job data

40. Good questions for working in action learning sets

41. Guiding self-directed learning

42. How blended are you already?

43. How do you learn?

44. How do you rate yourself?

45. Integrative behaviour analysis

46. Internet learning log

47. Issues for an action learning set facilitator

48. Job shadowing

49. Leadership feedback

50. Learner satisfaction

51. Learning and change

52. Learning design variables

53. Learning from mentoring

54. Learning objectives

55. Learning relationships

56. Making a persuasive presentation

57. Management development competencies

58. Metaplanning

59. Multiple Intelligences

60. Options for a presentation exercise

61. Organisational readiness for action learning

62. Personal learning

63. Personal training evaluation

64. Perspectives for networked multimedia learning

65. Planning a learning resource centre

66. Planning a sabbatical

67. Planning a group exercise

68. Planning work experience

69. Presentations: observation and assessment

70. Pre-training event

71. Pre-training survey

72. Project goals analysis

73. Project management skills check

74. Project troubleshooting

75. Qualities of a successful mentor

76. Questionnaire content

77. Questionnaire development

78. Reviewing key job criteria

79. Running group exercises

80. Sabbatical or exchange report

81. Secondment, attachment or visit report

82. Selecting learning methods

83. Staff attitude survey

84. State-changing factors

85. Steps to integrate learning and work

86. Team leadership: Success factors

87. The learning contract

88. The seven-point selection plan

89. The trust test

90. The weakest link

91. Training event evaluation

92. Training event validation

93. Understanding sales and marketing

94. Understanding strategy

95. Using a presentation exercise how ready are you?

96. Using a role-play exercise how ready are you?

97. Using psychometric tests how ready are you?

98. Using written exercises how ready are you?

99. What state are you in?

100. Writing your own case studies

101. Your attitudes to training and development



303 pages with 190 OK to copy pages

Tools for Trainers
Featured Talent
Clare Forrest
Malcolm Harper
Dai Jenkins
Mike Levy
303 pages
Product Type
Activity Pack/Toolkit
Course ID

101 Tools • 190 'OK to copy' pages


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