During training when we are first exposed to the diagnostic concept we are given the idea that it is a general tool for gaining a holistic perspective on the community's general situation. We are encouraged to find out things like how many children and adults live in each household and what a typical meal consists is like. Aneudy, however, said questions like these are too personal and insisted that we stick to the topic of classes to provide at the CCI. Since this concerns my primary project and I need his buy-in, I decided to let it be fine for now. I'm confident that needs pertaining to secondary projects will emerge in due time.
Thus, my survey collects basic identification information about the respondant and proceeds to ask for information about prior exposure to computer education, a self-assessment of understanding of various programs, a selection of desired classes, and an indication of what days and times the respondant would be available to take a class.