Holdings events have proven to be very beneficial for any company or organization. They promote personal and professional development, and most companies hold marketing events to promote their products and services. No matter what a company or organization’s purpose is for holding events, it is also just as important to evaluate the events they held. With this, Event Evaluation Forms come in handy. They provide quantifiable measurements to evaluate if an event is successful or not. You may also see our other Evaluation Form samples for other things you need to evaluate. They are easily downloadable and you will find a lot of samples that fit the needs of your company.

Event Participant Evaluation Forms

End-of-Event Participant Evaluation Form

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Special Event Participant Evaluation Form

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Virtual Hybrid Event Participation Evaluation Form

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Free Participant Evaluation Form

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Post Event Evaluation Forms

Post Event Building Checklist Evaluation Form

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Template Post Event Evaluation Form

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Attendee Post-Event Evaluation Form

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Sample Event Evaluation Form

Event Evaluation Form

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Example Event Evaluation Form

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Training Event Evaluation Forms

Post Training Event Evaluation Form

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Free Training Event Evaluation Form

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How to Write an Event Evaluation Form

  • Before you start writing your Event Evaluation Form, you should first think about the format you want to use for your form. This should differ depending on who the target audience of your Event Evaluation would be.
  • Once you have decided on the format, you should then decide on the subsections your form should have, because this is where the content and questions on your form will be derived from. This will depend again on your target audience, whether it’s the participants or the organizer of the event, and what kind of event was held. But regardless of the other subsections, there should be a section where you state your company’s name and address, and the event details, such as the name, date, and location of the event. Aside from that, you may also include a section for the details about the participant for demographic purposes. It is better to not include the participant’s name so that his answers will be more honest and unambiguous.
  • Out of the subsections, you should then decide on what questions you want to be answered by the target audience for you to be able to quantify how well you did on various aspects of your event. Refer to the list of goals and objectives you had when you organized the event. This will help you ask the right questions and make the answers to those questions quantifiable by using a scale that measures the satisfaction rate of the participants.
  • It also helps to get suggestions and feedback from the participants in the form of open-ended questions. This will provide more insight into the success of the event because the answers to open-ended questions are not as defined and restricted as close-ended ones. This provides a space for the participants to speak their mind.
  • After you have built up what kind of questions you want to ask, you should include information on how the participant will send the form back to you. If it is to be mailed, include a mailing address.
  • The last but definitely not the list is to proofread your Event Evaluation Form to make sure that there are no grammatical errors or typos. This will ensure that your forms look professional and well-thought-of, and will make the participants want to answer them as honestly as they can.

With these guidelines in mind, you will surely create an Event Evaluation Form that suits your needs. You may see our samples here to use as basis for your own forms. You may also see our Workshop Evaluation Forms and Presentation Evaluation Forms for your other needs.

Club Event Evaluation Form

Post-Event Club Evaluation Form

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Student Event Evaluation Form

Funded Post-Event Evaluation Form

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Student Organization Event Evaluation Form

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Event Course Evaluation Form

Education Event Course Evaluation Form

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Client Event Evaluation Form

Client Event Evaluation Form Example

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Event Activity Evaluation Form

Event Function Activity Evaluation Form

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Project Event Evaluation Form

Event Project Report and Evaluation Form

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Benefits of Holding Events

Organizations use Event Evaluation Form to quantify the success of the events they hold, and to gain insight and suggestions that can be used for future events. Now let us look at what you actually get out of holding events.

  • Holding events can help build brand recognition for your organization. Events are a great way to expand the target audience of your business because participants are going to bring their friends during your events. Your network will grow and result to more people who are aware of your organization and brand. So in a way, an event can also be held for marketing purposes. For this, you may also check out our Marketing Evaluation Forms for more samples and information on this.
  • Events are also a great way for you to connect with your clients and fellow employees on a deeper level. This will improve your relationships within and outside the organization, which should result to a better reputation of your organization. If you are a business organization, this will help you generate more income and motivate your employees to be more productive.
  • Events are also great for promoting personal and professional development. One example is training events, where courses and new support tools are introduced to employees to improve their efficiency and performance. For evaluating training events, you may also use our downloadable Training Evaluation Forms.

These are only a few of the benefits organizations can get out of holding events. But aside from all these benefits, one benefit of holding events is to just have fun while building stronger relationships. When your participants enjoy your event, they will likely join more of your events in the future. You may also see our Event Forms for registering and planning events, and other purposes.

Event Participant Evaluation Forms

These are filled out by the participants of a certain event to measure the success rate of the event according to the satisfaction of the participants on various aspects of the event. There is usually a scale provided on how strongly the participant agrees or disagrees with various statements given about the event, or if the participant’s opinion is just neutral.

Training Event Evaluation Forms

These are used to evaluate training events. Every training event held has to be practical, feasible, and applicable to the respective program or profession of the attendees, and this is why each training event has to be evaluated.

Office Event Evaluation Form

Office of Student Event Evaluation Form

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Meeting Event Evaluation Forms

Conference-Meeting Event Evaluation Form

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Meeting Planner’s Post Event Evaluation Form

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Community Event Evaluation Forms

Community Planning Event Evaluation Form

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Community Enhancement Grant Evaluation Form

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Fundraising Event Evaluation Form

Fundraising Event Evaluation Form Example

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Wellness Event Evaluation Form

Sample Wellness Event Evaluation Form

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Staff Event Evaluation Form

Event Staff Development Evaluation and Report Form

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Staff Adminstration Evaluation Form

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Event Evaluation Report Form

Event Evaluation Report Form Example

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Educational Event Evaluation Form

Continuing Education Program Evaluation Form

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Event Evaluation Form Template

Event Organiser Evaluation Form

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Event Volunteer Evaluation Form

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Ministry Event Evaluation Form

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Basic Event Evaluation Form

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Club Event Evaluation Forms

Every school or educational institution has clubs that help students build relationships and perform in activities outside of the normal and traditional classroom setting. This helps students pick subjects and activities that they find most enjoyable and rewarding, and build relationships with other students with the same interests. It is also important to make sure that events held by clubs are successful, because like any other events, these cost money. You may also see our Student Evaluation Forms for various forms used to evaluate students in terms of performance and academics.

Meeting Event Evaluation Forms

These are used to evaluate meetings and conferences. Meetings are when people discuss business ideas to improve and expand their business, when they meet with prospective clients to win them over and meet with existing clients to strengthen business relationships and improve their engagement with your company, and when they evaluate finished projects to measure its success rate. Because of the importance of conducting meetings and conferences, it is also important to evaluate them to make sure that each meeting is worth your time. You may also see our Meeting Evaluation Forms and Event Planner Forms for more samples and information.

Definitions of a Productive Meeting

  • A meeting should be productive to be worth everyone’s time. And a productive meeting is one where the agenda is set beforehand and the participants are well aware before the meeting starts so that each participant can prepare and you would then be able to make the most of the time.
  • Another factor is punctuality. Each participant should be ready at the start time of the meeting so that it could be started on time. When a meeting starts late, only one of two things could happen. One is that the meeting will also end late, causing a disruption of the schedule for the day, or the meeting could still end on time but the agenda will not be covered properly because the time allotted for the meeting has lessened. It is important for everyone to be mindful of everyone’s schedules and value each other’s time. That is why punctuality is never overrated.
  • Aside from making sure your meetings start on time, it is also as important that the allotted time for the meeting is enough so that the agenda will be covered.
  • At the end of each meeting, the leader should always reiterate the assignments and agreements planned during the meeting to make sure that they are followed.

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