Evaluation – Practical Application of the Good Lives Model

Evaluation – Practical Application of the Good Lives Model (OT193-A)

Course Name: Practical Application of the Good Lives Model

Learning Objectives

As a result of this training, participants will be able to:
1) Explain the “Primary Human Goods” of the Good Lives Model (GLM), also known as Common Life Goals
2) Distinguish between Common Life Goals that are important to the client in general, and those goals implicated in their offending specifically
3) Explain four kinds of obstacles that clients have experienced to implementing their Good Life Plan
4) Explain GLM-based assessment and intervention planning
5) Distinguish between integration and implementation of GLM

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1. How much did you learn as a result of this CE program? 5 = Very much, 1 = Very little
2. Rate the quality of the program content 5 = Very High, 1 = Very Low
3. Rate how current/relevant the program content is 5 = Very High, 1 = Very Low
4. How useful was the content of this CE program for your practice or other professional development? 5 = Extremely Useful, 1 = Not Useful at all
5.1. Rate the first instructor’s knowledge and expertise of the subject (Gwenda M. Willis) 5 = Very High, 1 = Very Low
5.2. Rate the second instructor’s knowledge and expertise of the subject (David Prescott) 5 = Very High, 1 = Very Low
6.1. Rate the first instructor’s teaching ability (Gwenda M. Willis) 5 = Very High, 1 = Very Low
6.2. Rate the second instructor’s teaching ability (David Prescott) 5 = Very High, 1 = Very Low
7.1. Would you agree that learning objective #1 was met?
Learning Objective #1: “Explain the “Primary Human Goods” of the Good Lives Model (GLM), also known as Common Life Goals.” 5 = Strongly agree, 1 = Strongly disagree
7.2. Would you agree that learning objective #2 was met?
Learning Objective #2: “Distinguish between Common Life Goals that are important to the client in general, and those goals implicated in their offending specifically. ” 5 = Strongly agree, 1 = Strongly disagree
7.3. Would you agree that learning objective #3 was met?
Learning Objective #3: “Explain four kinds of obstacles that clients have experienced to implementing their Good Life Plan.” 5 = Strongly agree, 1 = Strongly disagree
7.4. Would you agree that learning objective #4 was met?
Learning Objective #4: “Explain GLM-based assessment and intervention planning.” 5 = Strongly agree, 1 = Strongly disagree
7.5. Would you agree that learning objective #5 was met?
Learning Objective #5: “Distinguish between integration and implementation of GLM. ” 5 = Strongly agree, 1 = Strongly disagree
8. Rate how well the program met your expectations (according to the promotional materials) 5 = Very well, 1 = Not well at all
9. Rate the quality of the provided course materials 5 = Very High, 1 = Very Low
10. Rate the quality of the facilities (in-person) or technology (online). 5 = Very High, 1 = Very Low
11. Rate how well disability accommodations were met, if requested. 5 = Very High, 1 = Very Low
12. Rate the ease of the registration process 5 = Very Easy, 1 = Very Difficult
13.1. Rate the instructor (Gwenda M. Willis) responsiveness to questions 5 = Very High, 1 = Very Low
13.2. Rate the instructor (David Prescott) responsiveness to questions 5 = Very High, 1 = Very Low
14. Rate the program staff’s responsiveness to questions 5 = Very High, 1 = Very Low