The four levels of evaluation

Are you trying to assess the impact of training? The Four Levels of Evaluation model created by Donald Kirkpatrick aims to measure any training intervention. 

This is the most recognized and commonly used method of evaluating the effectiveness of training programs.

The model consists of four segments namely; Reaction, Learning, Behavior and Results.

Training is assessed on each level and can take into account things like; participant engagement, relevance of material, skills aquired and much more.

HR officers may find the model time-consuming but it does provide a thorough assessment of training within the organisation.

For a full description of each level  Evaluation Four Levels of Kirkpatrick

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