Evaluations and More
Learning Stream offers lots more features related registration management. These are a few:
Free online survey tools abound, but Learning Stream’s evaluation tool gives you advantages not available with a freestanding option. Learning Stream’s survey, though its responses are anonymous, is tied to those who sign up and attend your programs.
Let’s say you issue certificates of attendance. You can then create a rule to issue certificates via email the moment an attendee completes the evaluation. In addition to copious reporting and scoring of responses within the individual program, you can also do analysis of evaluation responses by criteria such as date range, program type, and instructor.
It’s nice to have as much trainee information as possible in one place. In addition to Learning Stream’s evaluation feature, you can also upload results of tests participants take outside the software. Set up scoring templates like a four-point grading scale, A, B, C, or pass/fail. Those results are tied to each person’s record and are available in historical reporting.
If you’re required to keep documents like medical release forms and other paperwork on file, they can quickly become cumbersome to manage. Learning Stream’s document upload feature enables registrants to attach such forms during the registration process. You can manage them online along with other registration information. Accepted file types include, among others, .doc, .xls, .pdf, as well as images, audio and video files.
This feature is a simplified version of something like Docusign® for when you need registrants to sign off on a policy or statement as part of the registration process. Digital signatures come in handy most often for organizations signing up families, including minors, for camps and similar programs.