Assessing the Value of Your Training: The Evaluation Process from Training Needs to the Report to the Board

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Gower Publishing, Ltd., 2002 - Business & Economics - 229 pages
In this revised edition of How to Measure Training Effectiveness, Leslie Rae describes a variety of ways in which training can be assessed for effectiveness and value, building on the third edition. He covers the entire training process from the identification of learning needs, through the planning and design of a relevant training programme to validating and testing its outcome, and the workplace effective implementation of the learning.
 

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Contents

In the beginning
16
Detailed analysis
32
the Repertory Grid
43
observational methods
53
Now were ready to train
63
Assessments during the event
88
Endofevent validation 1
103
Endofevent validation 2
126
The evaluation of mediabased learning methods
142
After the euphoria is 1
151
Customizing your evaluation programmes
180
Analysing evaluation data
201
Appendix One The evaluation process as part of
211
Appendix Three Practical applications
217
Index
227
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Leslie Rae Rae is a management and training consultant, and a well-known author based in the UK.

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