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How to measure training effectiveness

by Leslie Rae

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Leslie Rae describes a variety of ways in which training can be assessed for effectiveness and value. He covers the entire training process from selecting and planning a training event to validating and testing its outcome. Most of the techniques presented can be applied equally to single events and to a complete programme. New to the Third Edition: existing material (nine chapters) brought fully up to date, three entirely new chapters on the evaluation process, and details of the latest competence standards produced by the Training and Development Lead Body. This book is designed as a practical guide and is written in non-technical language. It will be particularly helpful to newly appointed trainers and to line managers with training responsibility.… (more)

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Leslie Rae describes a variety of ways in which training can be assessed for effectiveness and value. He covers the entire training process from selecting and planning a training event to validating and testing its outcome. Most of the techniques presented can be applied equally to single events and to a complete programme. New to the Third Edition: existing material (nine chapters) brought fully up to date, three entirely new chapters on the evaluation process, and details of the latest competence standards produced by the Training and Development Lead Body. This book is designed as a practical guide and is written in non-technical language. It will be particularly helpful to newly appointed trainers and to line managers with training responsibility.

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