We believe that training is never complete without evaluating its effectiveness.
Using state-of-the-art evaluation tools for trainings, we evaluate training results, refine the long-term implementation strategy, keep your organization’s training goals on track, and demonstrate the value your investment is delivering to the organization.
The Kirkpatrick Model
The Kirkpatrick model is widely used in the assessment of training solution for organizations, before, during and following the implementation of training programs.
The Kirkpatrick model focuses on evaluating the following four levels:
The reaction level measures the initial reaction of the participants. This measurement gives valuable insights into quality of the material, delivery of the educator, and more. Each of our programs is assessed at this level to further refine the next module of training delivered to your organization.
Carefully measure the effect of the information presented during the training on individual in reaching their learning objectives measurement. Techniques include informal tests, formal tests, self-assessment, and team assessment. This level is done by training participants undergoing an evaluation prior to (pre-test) and following training (post-test) to assess the amount of information the participants comprehended.
Measure the impact of the completed training on the participant’s behavior at work. This level offers a critical evaluation of a program’s usefulness. Assessing the change in behavior is critical to evaluate if the knowledge, mindset, or skills in the program taught are being utilized in the workplace.
Measure and analyze the impact of the training program on a business level and tie the results to the individual or program. This step analyzes overall success of the training program by looking into outcomes previously-defined as success that your organization. This step clearly demonstrates your return on investment.