Kirkpatrick Model of Evaluation

The Kirkpatrick Model of Evaluation is a widely used framework for assessing the effectiveness of training programs. It consists of four levels: Reaction, Learning, Behavior, and Results. The model provides a systematic approach to evaluating training outcomes, ranging from participants' reactions and knowledge acquisition to behavior change and impact on organizational results. The Kirkpatrick Model helps organizations measure the value and effectiveness of their training investments.

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