What Is an Assessment Report?


An assessment report is a document that offers a deeper analysis of a particular topic or issue. Assessment reports are usually created to provide a thorough overview of the process of assessing however, they can also be used to pinpoint deficiencies in knowledge or training needs.

For instance, an assessment report might include strengths and weaknesses that are identified through the SWOT (strengths, threats, weaknesses and opportunities) analysis. This information is used to determine the needed developmental actions for an employee. The assessment report is sent to the hierarchy of the employee to plan.

Another use of assessments is to assess the effectiveness of a project or program. The evaluation can be conducted by a third-party, like an academic institution or a professional organization. The purpose of the evaluation is to aid stakeholders in making informed choices and increase the effectiveness of the program or project.

An evaluation report contains a description of the project or program being evaluated as well as its objectives and expected outcomes. It also includes an overview of the findings, identifies barriers and challenges and makes recommendations. The evaluation report must be objective and present its findings and conclusions clearly, using graphs and data tables when appropriate. It should also include limitations or warnings regarding the evaluation. This can be achieved by ensuring that the evaluation has been properly planned and implemented and by incorporating results from an investigation into the literature. The report must be written in a clear and concise style and logically organized with subheadings and headings to make it easier to read.

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