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An assessment report is an item that provides a deeper understanding of a specific topic or issue. Assessment reports are typically created to provide a detailed summary of an assessment process however, they can also be used to pinpoint gaps in knowledge or training needs.

For example, an assessment report might include strengths and weaknesses discovered through the SWOT (strengths as well as threats, weaknesses and opportunities) analysis. This information is used to determine the steps to develop for an employee. The assessment report will be communicated to the employee’s management for planning purposes.

Assessment reports can be used to assess the success of a particular project or program. The evaluation could be conducted by a third party, such as an academic institution or a professional group. The evaluation’s goal is to assist stakeholders to make informed decisions and improve the effectiveness the program or project.

A report of evaluation includes a description of the program or project being evaluated and its objectives and expected impact. It also provides an overview of the findings as well as a list of obstacles and issues and offers recommendations. The report of evaluation should be unbiased and clearly communicate its conclusions and findings, with graphs and data tables when appropriate. The report should also include any limitations or caveats to the evaluation. This can be achieved by ensuring that the evaluation was properly designed and implemented, as well as by including the results of an analysis of the literature. The report should be written clearly, concisely and logically organized using headings and underheadings.