Skill Level Intermediate
- Fundamentally learning and development isn't about what you can remember. It's about how you can apply what you learned to improve your life. In the workplace we call this improving performance. But how do you know that your training did anything at all, let alone improve performance if you don't measure it? Yes, I know, this isn't the most fun part of training. And it definitely is not the most glamorous. But the evaluation process is the only way you can figure out if your training worked and how your training can improve. By applying the four levels of training evaluation you can understand how your training is working in different ways. Do the participants like the training? Did the participants learn the information? Are the participants applying it on the job? And, is the training contributing to organization wide goals? Each of these questions is important and each one requires a specific approach to the evaluation. Hi, I'm Ajay Pangarkar and I've been an award-winning author, employee performance strategist and learning professional for more than 25 years. So, join me as we walk through step-by-step how to evaluate your training so you can get the data, make the changes and keep improving.