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Writing and Social Media
Training
Evaluation
Presentation Content
A. Changes to Knowledge, Skills and Attitude
B. Planned Use of New Skills
C. Training Content
D. Furt...
Knowledge, Skills & Attitude
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Overall Capacity Change
Overall Capacity Change
Knowledge, Skills & Attitude
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Social Media Use
News Writing Skills
Use of KHRC Digital Library
To...
Knowledge, Skills & Attitude
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Use of KHRC Digital Library News Writing Skills ...
Use of New Skills
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Teach ICT to network members 6
Improve, Increase and Start using ICT for Human Rights and ...
Most Useful Sessions
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None Blogging Mizizi Layout News Writing
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Further Training on Topic
Documentation 3
Communications Approaches 2
Digital Security 1
ICT for HRD Security 1
Other Soci...
- Paralegal
- Proposal Writing / Resource
Mobilization
- Open an Account
Further Training Off Topic
Facilitation Marked Out of 5
4.3
4.4
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4.9
Clear delivery of content Responding to questions Encouraging gro...
90% felt the pace was O.K.
1 Person felt the training was fast
73% Satisfaction With Venue
3 complaints about the food.
Pa...
“Excellent - a very practical and
educational training”
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Writing and social media training

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In February 2015, Kenya Human Rights Commission conducted a communications training with human rights networks. Topics covered were:
Social media
Multimedia use
Interview skills
Writing skills
KHRC e-library

The presentation is a summary from analysis of the training.

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Writing and social media training

  1. 1. Writing and Social Media Training Evaluation
  2. 2. Presentation Content A. Changes to Knowledge, Skills and Attitude B. Planned Use of New Skills C. Training Content D. Further Training Requested A. Facilitation B. Pace of Training C. Venue Satisfaction
  3. 3. Knowledge, Skills & Attitude 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 Average Pre Average Post Overall Capacity Change Overall Capacity Change
  4. 4. Knowledge, Skills & Attitude 0 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5 3 3.5 4 Social Media Use News Writing Skills Use of KHRC Digital Library Totals Average Change in Capacity Average Change in Capacity
  5. 5. Knowledge, Skills & Attitude 0.00 0.50 1.00 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 Use of KHRC Digital Library News Writing Skills Social Media Use Interview Skills Average Pre Average Post
  6. 6. Use of New Skills Action Number Teach ICT to network members 6 Improve, Increase and Start using ICT for Human Rights and Democracy 6 Write for Mizizi ya Haki 3 Use ICT to promote HURINET 1 Start a Blog 1
  7. 7. Most Useful Sessions 0 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5 3 3.5 4 4.5 5 Series1
  8. 8. Least Useful Sessions 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 None Blogging Mizizi Layout News Writing Series1
  9. 9. Further Training on Topic Documentation 3 Communications Approaches 2 Digital Security 1 ICT for HRD Security 1 Other Social Media Platforms 1 How to Embed Pictures 1 Media Laws 1 Editing 1 Networking Skills 1 Blogging 1 Writing Articles 1 Digital Library 1
  10. 10. - Paralegal - Proposal Writing / Resource Mobilization - Open an Account Further Training Off Topic
  11. 11. Facilitation Marked Out of 5 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.6 4.7 4.8 4.9 Clear delivery of content Responding to questions Encouraging group participation Knowledge of subject Series1
  12. 12. 90% felt the pace was O.K. 1 Person felt the training was fast 73% Satisfaction With Venue 3 complaints about the food. Pace and Venue
  13. 13. “Excellent - a very practical and educational training” Quote:

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