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DS7.3 - Evaluation of Training Received

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Evaluation of Training Received

Evaluate education and training content delivery upon completion for relevance, quality, effectiveness, the retention of knowledge, cost and value. The results of this evaluation should serve as input for future curriculum definition and the delivery of training sessions.

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Value Drivers

  • Effective training programmes based on user feedback
  • Relevant training programmes
  • Enhanced quality of training programmes
  • Training content appropriately designed and structured to help users retain and reuse knowledge
  • Effective tracking/monitoring of costs (financial, material, etc.) and value added
  Risk Drivers
  • Inappropriate and ineffective training programmes selected
  • Outdated training material used
  • Decreasing quality of end-user training programmes
  • Training content design and structure failing to assist knowledge retention and reuse
  • Training cost outweighing its benefit and value-add

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  1. Test the users’ understanding of the training session content after the sessions are completed to measure the understanding of the training received.
  2. Summarise and analyse evaluation forms completed after the education and training sessions to measure the quality and relevance of the content and the level of participant satisfaction.
  3. Obtain stakeholder feedback to determine the level of satisfaction with the education and training provided.
  4. For predetermined timelines, determine measures and capture and assess performance information (e.g., reduced help desk calls, increased productivity of users) that may indicate whether training had the intended impact.
  5. Evaluate collected measurements to identify and implement updates to the existing training plan.

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Volume 6, 2017
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Volume 5, 2017
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Volume 5, 2017
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Volume 5, 2017
by Kevin Johnson, CISSP
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