Evaluation’s aim is to assess to what extend the original training goals have been achieved and how effective the training was. Based on Donald L. Kirkpatrick Training Evaluation Model, we assess four levels: student reaction – what they thought and felt about the training; learning – the resulting increase in knowledge or capability; behaviour – extent of behaviour and capability improvement and implementation/application and results – the effects on the business or environment resulting from the trainee’s performance.
After each training, our clients receive a detailed report containing – found at the very beginning of the training process – training needs, description of a training process, summary of evaluation surveys reports, as well as our recommendation for the employees’ further development.
If our client wishes so, we can also prepare individual reports for each of the training participants, listing the description of their behaviour and attitudes throughout the training, thesocial roles they undertook, the advantages at hand, as well as areas for improvements.
Successful training depends on a mutual effort – our clients’ and ours. The trainings will be more effective if their participants ware supported and encouraged by their managers to use the knowledge acquired and to employt the new skills in their daily duties at work.