After you have designed your course content and implemented it, you will want to evaluate what value it added to your learners, how it changed behavior, how successful the training was and how it was applied into the flow of work by your participants.
There are various way to analyze and evaluate your learning programs, observation, surveys, interviews, focus groups, and many more.
The most famous of all learning evaluation methods is Kirkpatrick’s 4 levels of evaluation. This has been around for decades and is a staple in the evaluation world, but there are many others to choose from which can be even more effective in your learning initiatives.
Check out our blog posts dedicated to evaluation models, metrics, how we can utilize learning evaluation to change behavior, and what methods we can use to understand how well our course(s) have done and measure their impact to report to stakeholders of your organization.