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The Training Series – 3 – Training Delivery and Evaluation

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calendar 19 November

clock 8.30am until 12.30pm

location Online Course (Live Session)

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Training delivery follows up from training design. The trainer needs to decide how the content will be delivered to ensure learning and eventual transfer to the workplace. There are various ways that can support your goals and when deciding what methods to use, the trainer must consider the needs of the learners, the training content and the resources available.

During the first part of the session, the focus will be on training design and various training methods will be introduced and discussed.

The second part of the session will focus on training evaluation. Organisations still face the challenge in demonstrating the impact of learning and development. Without being able to measure learning impact, valuable time and resources are wasted.

The majority of organisations assess the outcome of training initiatives in some way or other, however these are sadly limited to participant satisfaction. Measuring training effectiveness cannot be done only by a questionnaire at the end of a structured programme. Effective learning and development evaluation needs to be linked to learning needs and focused on evaluating learning outcomes.

Target Audience:

HR practitioners; Learning/Training and Development Practitioners/ Vocational educators who are new to structured learning or who are interested in refreshing their skills.

Leaders who are keen in looking into the ROI

Programme:

  • Training Delivery as part of the training process

  • Training Methods which include experiential learning, presentation techniques, games and exercises, role plays and e-learning

  • Training Evaluation models and techniques

About the Speaker

The trainer is an experienced HR practitioner with 25 years’ experience spanning various industries including pharmaceutical, hospitality, manufacturing and retail. She holds an MSc in Occupational Psychology, a teacher’s warrant and is a certified trainer.

Christine has worked with organisations both as a freelancer and also as part of senior management teams. She has extensive experience in developing and leading the HR function in large corporate international companies as Head HR.