Systems View of Training - Stages in a Training Program
The success of a training program is evaluated in terms of the end result or the increase in the work ability, skill or competency in the trainee. For any training program to be successful it is very essential to follow a certain process.
The basic process as illustrated in the figure below consists of four stages which are assessment, development, delivery and evaluation.
In order for the evaluation to be effective the both the criteria and design for training program is decided so that there is no discrepancy and the participants are able to evaluate the benefits effectively for themselves. The evaluation is made on the basis of participant reaction to the training, their learning and the change in behaviour. This feedback is then reused in the first step training needs analysis for making future training more effective.
- Training and Development - Introduction
- Training & Development and HRD
- Training Needs Analysis
- Collecting Data for Needs Assessment
- Development of a Training Program
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