Essential Skills for Excellent Education PAs

July 27 - 28, 2015

Bangkok, Thailand

Workshop Feedback

 

The data below is summarized from quantitative data on the Workshop Evaluation Form distributed at the end of the workshop:

 

The workshop provided me with helpful ideas

Agree - 100%

Disagree - 0%

 

The workshop provided me with skills/knowledge that I can use in my role

Agree - 100%

Disagree - 0%

 

The workshop met the outlined objectives

Agree - 100%

Disagree - 0%

 

I would recommend this workshop to other colleagues

Agree - 100%

Disagree - 0%

 

Registering for the workshop was easy

Agree - 100%

Disagree - 0%

 

Online communication prior to the workshop was good

Agree  -  100%

Disagree - 0%

 

 

Given below is a compilation of participants' response to the following query on the Workshop Evaluation Form:  

"Theory/Skills acquired from the workshop that you can use immediately"

 

  • Social Media (Networking skill)

  • Purple folder

  • Minutes taking

  • Email arrangement

  • Working with stress

  • Managing emails

  • CPD/Appraisal

  • Outlook categorised

  • Be brave to face any challenge

  • Prepare 'the bible' for PAs

  • Connecting and building relationships

  • Better attitude towards my role

  • Linked in

  • Understand my (important) role better

ADDITIONAL COMMENTS

The sessions were dealt with humour and useful tips.  An interactive session where PA's could chat and learn more about their school would have helped.

Would be great if we could have longer sessions.

Ms. Angela organised the 2 day course very informative, interactive and useful.

I am looking forward to attend your workshop in the future. 

Very lively and keeps going.

Helpful, resourceful and enjoyable.

It is quite useful for the PA role.  We may need one more day as the content sometimes went too fast.

I can use the skills learnt in my working area.  Knowledge from the workshop will help me work professionally.  

The workshop was just great. More emphasis on social media.  The rest was just perfect and sufficient.  

Compilation of feedback from workshops held in 2010 - 2014