Benefits of attending:
By the end of the program, participants will be able to:
- Define the purpose of evaluation at each of the four established evaluation levels.
- Write comprehensive instructional learning objectives and link them to the different evaluation levels.
- Select appropriate data collection methods for each of the evaluation levels.
- List ways to improve transfer of skills from the workshop to the workplace.
- Calculate training programs costs, calculate their return on investment and identify the intangible benefits derived from training and development programs.
Who should attend?
Training directors and managers: as well as training and development specialists and coordinators. Needs assessment analysts, instructional designers, evaluators of training programs, and individuals in a leadership and support role for the training function will also benefit from this program.
- The Training Cycle
- Evaluation in Context
- Why Evaluate?
- How to Evaluate Training
- Evaluation Levels
- Characteristics of Evaluation Levels
- The Return On Investment (ROI) Model
- Linking Training Results with Objectives
- Rules and Guidelines for Writing Instructional Learning Objectives Linking Needs Assessment with Evaluation Levels