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sign inn to the training site at any point in time and materials are available for their studies 1. No dedicated connection between instructor and student for the purpose of teaching the information 4 Levels (criteria) to use when Evaluating Training: Kirkpatrick Method d. Assessment Methods: vii. Reaction Evaluations – measures how the individual responds to the actual training process 1. Participants say how they feel about the training process, including: content, instructor, and knowledge gained viii. Learning Evaluations – determines the knowledge gained and whether they learned any new skills because of the training and whether the person’s attitudes toward their knowledge or skill set has changed as a result of the training 1. Done using: tests, quizzes, or topic-based discussions ix. Behavior Evaluations – designed to determine whether or not the trainee’s on-the-job behaviors changed as a result of the training 1. Observation of the individual on the job after the completion of the training 2. Identifies whether or not the individual is able to transfer the knowledge gained into new skills that they then use in their work x. Results Evaluation – used to determine whether or not the individual behavioral changes have improved organizational results 1. Was the training worth the time, effort, and cost 2.Did the company get the ROI on the investment? 3.Has productivity increased because of the training? 4.Has quality of work increased? 5.Lower absenteeism and turnover? 6. Lower on-the-job accidents Define: Career, Methods of Employee Development Career – the individually perceived sequence of attitudes and behaviors associated with work-related experiences and activities over the span of the person’s life
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o Individually Perceived – relies heavily on the individual who is making the judgement concerning success or failure of the career Determined in the individual’s own mind o Sequence of attitudes and behaviors – what you do and the way you feel about what you do and how well you think you’ve done over time Attitude – the positive or negative individual judgement about a particular situation o Behaviors associated with work-related experiences and activities over the span of the person’s life – all work-related and nonwork activities and experiences Also can include interactions with people could help to define your career Methods of Employee Development o Formal Education – provides employees with the opportunity to participate in programs that will improve their general knowledge in areas such as finance, project management, or logistics Includes degree programs at colleges and universities, certificate programs, and short courses of study o Experience – puts the person through a number of different types of job-related experiences over time Can include coaches or mentors Helps the person identify how these different experiences help the individual to learn and grow within the organization o
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