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training programme evaluation

Evaluation of trainees, trainers, programme, data collection and feedback

Measurement and evaluation of learning, training and development programmes and courses. Training evaluation is a continual and systematic process of assessing the value or potential value of a training program, course, activity or event. We can use the evaluation process to determine how effective our training efforts have been.

The most widely used and popular model for the evaluation of training programs is known as “The Four Levels of Learning Evaluation.” The model was defined in 1959 by Donald L. Kirkpatrick in a series of articles that appeared in the US Training and Development Journal. Kirkpatrick redefined the evaluation model with his 1998 book “Evaluating Training Programs: The Four Levels.”