Note: All RRC surveys are voluntary but the more responses received the more reliable the information.

Apprenticeship Evaluation of Level Survey Graduate Satisfaction and Employment Survey Paths to Success Student Evaluation of Instruction/Course Student Evaluation of Program Survey
Who Students taking Apprenticeship Manitoba programs at RRC. The previous academic year graduates from Regular, Apprenticeship, Continuing Education, and Regional, full and part-time programs. All first-year full-time students – dependent on programs’ willingness to participate. All students taking full or part-time RRC Apprenticeship, Continuing Education, Regional or Regular courses of 15 days or longer. Students in the final term of their full-time program. If students are away during their final terms, they can participate earlier.
What An online survey form is available. Survey Reminders are emailed to Chair Admin Assistants or assigned contact person throughout the year.
  1. Change of Address Card/Notice of upcoming survey.
  2. Paper survey (2 mailings)
  3. Telephone / Online contact to anyone who hasn’t responded yet.
This is an online survey of students delivered primarily in class. This is an online survey with specific-to-each-student invitations delivered directly to students via academic email and through the “RRC Surveys” box on the LEARN homepage. The students’ SEI/C links may also be accessed within their LEARN course, if instructors have used this feature. An online survey form is available at www.rrc.ca/SEPSonline. For the few programs that need to use the paper forms, survey packages are delivered. Survey Reminders are emailed to Chair Admin Assistants or assigned contact person throughout the year.
Where During class time. The online form can be accessed by computer/laptop, tablet, iPad cart (NDC only) or smartphone. If students are left to participate on their own time, the number of responses is much lower. Grads are contacted using the home address information in the college system unless we receive the Change of Address card with new contact information. During class time. The online form can be accessed by computer/laptop, tablet, iPad cart (NDC only) or smartphone. If students are left to participate on their own time, the number of responses is much lower. During class time. The links to students’ SEI/C forms can be accessed via student email or LEARN using computers or laptops, tablets, iPad cart (NDC only) or smartphones. If students are left to participate on their own time, the number of responses is much lower. During class time. The online form can be accessed by computer/laptop, tablet, iPad cart (NDC only) or smartphone. If students are left to participate on their own time, the number of responses is much lower.
When This survey should be given to students of each level of all RRC Apprenticeship programs, towards the end of each level, so that students will have experienced enough to assess the level. Graduates are surveyed during academic year that comes after their graduation academic year. During the first two to three weeks of the beginning of term. Each course/instruction evaluation period starts four weeks before the end of the course and runs for three weeks. The links expire 7 days prior to the end of the course in case there are assignments due or final exams during that last week. This survey can be given to students whose program will be ending soon. They should be surveyed during the final term or final month of the program unless they are away on work experience for that time.
Why This survey gathers information that helps RRC and Apprenticeship Manitoba determine whether students are gaining the knowledge and experience they need from each level of their program. It is part of the College’s ongoing effort to improve. Information collected from this survey is used to determine whether the College is providing what is needed by graduates and their employers. It is also used to promote the College programs. This survey gathers information on previous education, intentions for taking the program, possible risk factors, interest in student supports, and demographic information. This information is used to support Faculty Academic Advising, Marketing, Analytics, and Student Services. The SEIC information helps instructors by providing feedback from their students. It is part of the College’s ongoing effort to improve students’ experience here and helps us to identify what’s working and what needs to be improved. This survey allows the students to assess the overall program. The information collected is used for program improvement and to promote College programs.