ABOUT THE COURSE
The course will walk you through how to easily extract aggregated data from CheckWare. You will get an overview of existing export templates and learn how to create your own.
The course provides a greater understanding of how to tag data in CheckWare, and also for custom fields that can be created and later used in data export.
The course is intended for you who are responsible for extracting data from CheckWare and later presenting it internally and externally.
It is useful for you who are to report to external quality registers and to you who are to extract data for internal reporting or for research purposes.
You should have knowledge of the software at the level of completing the superuser basic course at CheckWare Academy. Experience in Microsoft Excel is preferrable.
It is an advantage to have knowledge of work processes and treatment processes at your own workplace and that you know which assessments and tests you use.
IN THIS COURSE YOU WILL
In this course, you will gain in-depth knowledge of what data it is possible to extract through exports from CheckWare.
You get an overview of existing export templates that come with the system, and also insight into existing system reports.
In addition, you will learn how to create your own export templates to adapt the data extract to specific needs.
The custom export templates can be extracted as .csv files and as .spss files.
If you want to see results from data extracts in .spss format, you must have access to an SPSS license.
Through the course, you will also get tips and advice on how to use CheckWare to label data so that you get the most value out of the system.
The course is run through Teams or in a physical classroom.
There will be a good deal of theory and a lot of hands-on tasks to be done.
Course participants bring their own computer.
In those cases where the course is run via Teams, it is a very big advantage that the course participant has two screens available.
Normally we have room for up to 8 participants per course. This allows for follow-up of each individual course participant.
1 day, from 9AM to 3PM CET