The CCAT is made up of 146 questions. The process typically takes from 30-45 minutes per person. Multiple individuals may take the CCAT at the same time on separate computers—there is no need to schedule individuals for a specific time slot.
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- What are the background questions?
- When the survey mentions “volunteers,” does that include board members?
- If I am unable to complete the assessment in one sitting, will the CCAT save my answers?
- How long will it take to complete?
- What if I don't know the answer to a question?
- Who can see our scores?
- How reliable is the CCAT?
- How often should our organization take the survey?
- Who should take the CCAT?
- How do I reactivate existing respondents?