Why we are asking for your feedback.

Your feedback is valuable to us. 

It helps us to move forward and develop our practice.

We would like to learn about your needs, preferences and feelings, if your participation at JOS affected you in any way, and if so, how.

We are also interested to know of anything you might have observed or learned about other participants.

Any information you give will be treated in strict confidentiality and will not be shared with any third party. It will be used for JOS project purposes only,  compliant with current GPDR regulations.

Thank you for your participation.

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* 1. Please complete

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* 2. What is your age ?

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* 3. How do you describe yourself?

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* 4. Do you consider yourself to have any particular impairment - access requirements?


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* 5. How do you feel about the  following aspects of the workshop?
1- unsatisfactory; 2- acceptable; 3- satisfactory; 4- good; 5- excellent 

  unsatisfactory acceptable satisfactory  good excellent
Getting to the workshop 
Inclusivity 
Musical Instruments
Diversity of Group
Feeling of Being Welcome
Respect for individual needs
Musicality
Creativity
Socialising
Learning experience
 Immediate Environment of the Workshop
Duration of Session   

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* 6. Did you learn anything new during the workshop?

  yes no  not sure
about yourself
about others
about inclusive music making
about communication 

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* 7. Do you feel that JOS inclusive music instruments and instruments access devices enable people to participate in making music?


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* 8. Do you feel the workshop had any effect on your health/ or general state of wellbeing?

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* 9. This space is for you to express any other thoughts or feelings you have about your workshop experience - or anything else that you would like to mention?

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* 10. Would you like to join Joy of Sound mailing list for events and workshop notification?
You will only be contacted further or placed onto the JOS mailing list if you give permission. 

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