- 1 Post By daznorthants
for this purpose
I'd like to ask if I can use "for this purpose" in the following context:
The expectations of line managers and employees from Soft Skills personnel training sessions and recommendations for optimization of the training process were collected using the structured interview method. For this purpose, questionnaires were designed.
Re: for this purpose
It can be used in this sentence but is a rather complex way to relay a simple message:
"In order to evaluate the Soft Skills training sessions, a structured survey has been designed for line managers and employees"
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