Event Survey Questions for Military Conferences
The value of an event survey is often overlooked, but the right set of questions can actually do you a lot of good in the process of planning and executing a military conference. Gathering essential information from your attendees, as well as an understanding of their motivation to attend, satisfaction levels, and future suggestions can be accomplished with the help of a high quality survey.
We created a ready-to-use event survey template specifically for Military Conferences so you can save some time preparing.
Here are a few examples of the event survey questions for training events:
1. Which of the following best describes you?
- Military service member
- Family member of a veteran or service member
- Business professional
2. Do you have any recommendations for future Keynote speakers within your department or otherwise?
3. How effective do you think this conference was in facilitating productive conversation about the future of defense?
- Highly effective
- Somewhat effective
- Not very effective
- Not at all effective
To get the full list of 17 event survey questions for Military Conferences, fill out the form and click “Download Template”.
Make the survey work for you and your attendees
Administering a strong event survey is a necessary step in the process of organizing a successful military conference. Make the voices of your participants heard, and get the feedback and information you need in the process.
Getting a better survey response rate
A strong set of questions will encourage your attendees to complete the survey. Here are a few other ways you can increase your survey response rate:
- Be strategic with timing. Make sure to send your post-event survey within 24 hours of your event. But don’t wait until the last minute to tell your attendees about the event survey. Give them a heads up before the event wraps up.
- Make your survey accessible directly through the event app. There’s a better chance your attendees will respond to the survey if they have access to it on the go. They’re much less likely to complete the survey from a post event email.