Five reasons to evaluate

Proving Convincing stakeholders that training is making a necessary contribution
Improving To highlight how training activities can be improved
Ritual Going through the motions – not meaningful
Controlling Ensuring standards and quality are maintained throughout a training activity
Learning Determining what individuals have learned

From: Mark Easterby-Smith


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