BH206 Effective Training Design and Evaluation
This course gives a general overview of training design and evaluation. Students will receive resources, references, and several practical tools necessary to develop and evaluate their own in-house training. Students will gain a strong foundation of the needs analysis process to ensure their training initiatives are aligned with organizational goals.
- The ADDIE instructional design model
- Techniques for analyzing training materials for effectiveness
- Kirkpatrick's training evaluation model
How You Benefit
- Learn how to develop engaging instructional tools for optimal learning
- Become informed about the latest instructional design trends based on brain science and adult learning theory
- Learn how to review compelling approaches to training materials
Discounts may apply, please refer to the registration page for details.
Instructor: Allison Brown, GPHR, SPHR
Allison Brown is a senior level professional and the training and development manager at Columbia Sportswear. She helps people succeed at work through coaching employees, building programs, re-inventing processes, helping leaders build influence and managing change. Allison is a certified professional coach and her specialties include global training, employee engagement and talent development.
Management of Human Resources (BH101) is strongly recommended as the first course, especially for those entering the certificate program with less than two years experience in the field.
Applies towards the following certificate:
Human Resource Management (please note: BH206 Effective Training Design and Evaluation is only offered once a year and may be taken in place of either BH311 Benefits Management or BH314 Talent Acquisition, Selection and Retention.)