How to Measure the Success of Your Training Initiatives

The only yardstick by which to measure the value of L&D is the success of your learners. Simply put, nothing else matters. If your learners are not able to retain the information being taught, or they are unable to apply those lessons in the real world, then your system is broken.

The challenge here is that it can be difficult to measure the effectiveness and success of your training initiatives. How can you possibly take the pulse of every employee who has completed L&D modules? Is it even possible to gauge whether learners are applying the skills they have learned within their roles in the organization?

The truth is that there are several ways to measure training initiative success. Download the free white paper, “How You Can Assess The Effectiveness of Your Training – Kirkpatrick Model” to get started. In this post, we will explore some of the options available and what they bring to the table.

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