Evaluating the Training (includes monitoring) addresses how one determines whether the goals or objectives were met and what impact the training had on actual performance on the job.
Generally there are four kinds of standard training evaluation:
Formative evaluation provides ongoing feedback to the curriculum designers and developers to ensure that what is being created really meets the needs of the intended audience.
Process evaluation provides information about what occurs during training. This includes giving and receiving verbal feedback.
Outcome evaluation determines whether or not the desired results (e.g., what participants are doing) of applying new skills were achieved in the short-term.
Impact determines how the results of the training affect the strategic goal
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