Kirkpatrick's Training Evaluation Model
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This instructional cartoon is a visual aid meant to help the learner understand Kirkpatrick's Four-Levels of Evaluation. The Kirkpatrick Training Evaluation Model can help you objectively analyse the effectiveness and impact of your training, so that you can improve it in the future. The four levels of the model are Reaction, Learning, Behavior, and Results.
Welcome! Please take a seat! Today we will learn all about Kirkpatrick's Four-Level Evaluation Model!
Donald Kirkpatrick's Model was designed to analyze the effectiveness and impact of an employee's training through a four step process!
Level 1: Reaction. Measures how trainees react to the training program.
Did the trainees feel that the training was worth their time?
Level 2: Learning. You measure what your trainees have learned.
How much has their knowledge increased as a result of the training?
Level 3: Behavior. You evaluate how far your trainees have changed their behavior.
How did trainees apply the information?
Level 4: Results. You analyze the final results of your training. Includes outcomes that you or your organization have determined to be good for business, good for the employees, or good for the bottom line.
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