Kirkpatrick Express Evaluation Toolkit Theoretical Background


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Make the case for your training with The Kirkpatrick Express Evaluation Toolkit

As a training professional, the chances are that you’ve been asked to prove the value of your training efforts. The Kirkpatrick Express Evaluation Toolkit is the solution you need. This complete resource helps you to understand the foundations of evaluating training outcomes and provides you with an easy-to-use evaluation model based on Kirkpatrick’s Four Levels of Evaluation.

The Toolkit's four evaluation tools gather information from learners and observers about the impact of training on people, products, processes, and profit. Measurement and analyses reveal the training's level of success and outline opportunities for improvement. To help communicate results, the Toolkit offers a process to identify stakeholders, tailor a compelling message, and choose the best channels to market findings, plus a CD with a presentation template and customisable reports.

Use the Kirkpatrick Express Evaluation Toolkit to

• Determine if learning objectives were achieved

• Identify a programme’s strengths and opportunities for improvement

• Learn how to market the value of training

• Ascertain the cost-benefit ratio associated with any training programme.

Grounded in academic research and theory, the toolkit was developed by evaluation expert, Dr. Donald Kirkpatrick, validated by real learning professionals, and tested with thousands of individuals from diverse organisations.

Attribute name Attribute value
FORMAT Download
OBJECTIVE To help facilitators evaluate and present training outcomes
AUDIENCE All training professionals
AUTHOR Donald Kirkpatrick, Ph.D., & Travis Russ, Ph.D.