Kirkpatrick four levels evaluation model

Kirkpatrick four levels evaluation model,

Definition of Kirkpatrick four levels evaluation model:

  1. A methodology for evaluating training programs, developed by Donald Kirkpatrick in 1959. The four levels of this methodology include determination of how learners react to the learning process, the success of skill acquisition by learners, the extent to which workplace behavior after the training indicates skill acquisition, and measurable results, including increased profits or decreased defects observed.

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