Effective Training: Implementing the Four Levels
Jan 24, 2019
First developed in 1959, the "Kirkpatrick Model" for evaluating training programs is the most widely used approach in the corporate, government and academic worlds.
This four-level evaluation model focuses on four key areas: reaction, learning, behavior and results — with each successive level representing a more precise measure of the effectiveness of a training program.
This Webcast provides you with an introduction to the four-level evaluation model and offers case studies showing how the approach is being used successfully in a wide range of programs and institutions. Join us for this insightful program where you’ll:
- Obtain a working knowledge of the four levels of evaluation
- Gain an understanding of the key principles to conducting effective training
- Become familiar with a variety of evaluation methods and tools for each of the four levels
- Discover how to get managers and stakeholders on board to leverage training success
- Be able to go to your stakeholders and present a compelling case for learning
- Make a significant contribution to the bottom line
This webcast has been designed for HR directors, training directors, learning professionals, instructional designers, and other managers working to boost employee performance.
ABOUT THE PRESENTERS
James D. Kirkpatrick Ph.D., is a vice president, for First Indiana Bank in Indianapolis Indiana. He is also director of the corporate university. He is an adjunct professor in the MBA program at the Indiana School of Technology, member of cofounder of the downtown Indianapolis Organizational Development Network, and is on the Board of Directors for the American Red Cross. He has written a number of books, including Transferring Learning to Behavior: Using the Four Levels to Improve Performance and Implementing the Four Levels: A Practical Guide for Effective Evaluation of Training Programs