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  • Erasmus+ Project Online Survey (Survey Monkey)

    Post Impact Evaluation - After C1 Project Activity

    Project Reference: 2016-1-CZ01-KA205-023770 Project Title Using Sports To Empower People

    Self Mastery

  • Result Analysis

    This survey was designed to Measure Soft Outcomes in the following ‘Core’ soft

    outcomes areas: key work skills, attitudinal skill, personal skills, and practical skills,

    which was selected as key indicators to be used to track the overriding objectives for

    the C1 training in UK, which was to use the Martial Arts as a tool for Self Discovery,

    Self Analysis and Self Mastery.

    The expected impact of this Self Mastery training was that Participants would

    develop their self leadership, interpersonal traits and team working competencies, as

    well as behavioural traits that will empower and encourage them to face the future

    with a Confident Hope and Boldness.

    The survey questions elicits responses for attitudinal skills and behavioural traits in

    transformational leadership principles which serves as a good bench mark for self

    mastery; the diagrammatic representation of the percentile of participants response

    shows and evidences that ethos of the overriding objectives had been achieved.

  • Erasmus+ Project Online Survey (Survey Monkey)

    Post Impact Evaluation After C1 and C2 Project Activity

    Project Reference: 2016-1-CZ01-KA205-023770 Project Title Using Sports To Empower People

    Self Mastery

  • Employability

  • Result Analysis

    This survey was designed to Measure Soft Outcomes in the following ‘Core’ soft

    outcomes areas: key work skills, attitudinal skill, personal skills, and practical skills,

    which was selected as key indicators to be used to track the overriding objectives for

    the C1 training in UK, which was to use the Martial Arts as a tool for Self Discovery,

    Self Analysis and Self Mastery and C2 training in Istanbul, which was on

    Employability ‘Soft’ Skills [Employability in a Digital Reality].

    The expected impact of both trainings was that Participants would develop their self

    leadership, interpersonal traits and team working competencies, behavioural traits,

    as well as their Employability ‘Soft’ Skills (the focus here was mainly an Online

    professional and personal presence)that will empower and encourage them to face

    the future with a Confident Hope and Boldness.

    The survey questions elicits responses for attitudinal skills and behavioural traits in

    transformational leadership principles as well as key work and practical skills for

    employability in a digital reality these seemed to serve as a good bench mark for a

    responsible employable candidate; the diagrammatic representation of the percentile

    of participants response shows and evidences that ethos of the overriding objectives

    had been achieved.

  • Erasmus+ Project Online Survey (Survey Monkey)

    Post Impact Evaluation After C3 Project Activity

    Project Reference: 2016-1-CZ01-KA205-023770 Project Title Using Sports To Empower People

    Social Enterprise

  • Result Analysis

    This survey was designed to Measure Soft Outcomes in the following ‘Core’ soft

    outcomes areas: key work skills, attitudinal skill, personal skills, and practical skills,

    which was selected as key indicators to be used to track the overriding objectives for

    the C3 training in the Czech Republic, which was to create an awareness within the

    participants for social enterprise.

    The expected impact of the training was that Participants would develop the

    competencies for idea generation, planning and funding acquisition for starting a

    social enterprise.

    The survey questions elicits responses for attitudinal skills and behavioural traits for

    entrepreneurship as well as key work and practical skills for enterprise these seemed

    to serve as a good bench mark for assessing level of awareness in this area; the

    diagrammatic representation of the percentile of participants response shows and

    evidences that ethos of the overriding objectives had been achieved.