Training Evaluation

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Training Evaluation

  1. 1. By Kautuk Dadsena MBA(HR) Department of Business Administration & Management SGBAU, Amravati(M.H.)
  2. 2. Involves learning  implies learning to do something  it results in things being done differently 
  3. 3.  It is a process of establishing a worth of something.  The ‘worth’, which means the value, merit or excellence of the thing
  4. 4.  State of mind, rather than a set of techniques S.M.Israr
  5. 5.    Feedback - on the effectiveness of the training activities Control - over the provision of training Intervention - into the organizational processes that affect training
  6. 6.       Improved quality of training activities Improved ability of the trainers to relate inputs to outputs Better discrimination of training activities between those that are worthy of support and those that should be dropped Better integration of training offered and onthe job development Better co-operation between trainers and linemanagers in the development of staff Evidence of the contribution that training and development are making to the organization
  7. 7. Course Objectives  Appropriate selection of participants  Timeframe  Teaching Methods 
  8. 8. Planning Vs. Implementation  Appropriate participants  Appropriate time  Effective use of time  teaching according to set objectives 
  9. 9.      Observation by the teacher him/herself Observation by other teachers Questionnaire completed by students Evaluation discussion by students Staff meetings
  10. 10.      Observation by the teacher him/herself Observation by other teachers Questionnaire completed by students Evaluation discussion by students Staff meetings

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