5 Training Evaluation Mistakes That Could Threaten Your Job

July 19, 2017

Just because an approach to training evaluation is common does not mean that it is good. 

Do you really want to throw away all the money and effort you’ve put into a program by making mistakes that are easy to avoid?

Don’t sacrifice the quality of your training program, and possibly even your job. Read the new article by Jim and Wendy Kirkpatrick just published in the July/August edition of Training Industry Magazine to learn the top training evaluation mistakes and how to avoid them.

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Additional Resources

Kirkpatrick Four Levels® Evaluation Certification Program – Bronze Level

Kirkpatrick’s Four Levels of Training Evaluation

Recording of Top Training Mistakes: Are You Making Them?

Training Strategy Mistakes: Are You Making Them?

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