BH206 Effective Training Design and Evaluation

BH206 Effective Training Design and Evaluation

About This Course

This course examines the latest instructional design trends based on brain science and adult learning theory. Students will receive practical tools necessary to develop and evaluate their own in-house training. This course will allow HR professionals and managers to gain a functional understanding of the needs analysis process and develop engaging instructional tools that promote optimal learning, ensuring that their training initiatives are aligned with organizational goals.


Course Snapshot


Course delivered in a virtual format with live instructor & student interaction

4 times per year (Fall, Winter, Spring, & Summer)


2 days, 8:00am - 4:30pm

Cost: $629

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Human Resource Management

Human Resource Management is a rapidly growing field that is playing an increasingly important role in helping companies cultivate a positive work culture, drive employee productivity, and achieve organizational goals. HR professionals are employed in a wide variety of industries and can develop their HR...

What You’ll Learn

Upon completion of this course, students will have gained the knowledge to:

  • Understand the elements of effective training programs through exposure to the instructional design model ADDIE;
  • Understand and use the Kirkpatrick model to evaluate training results;
  • Analyze training materials for effectiveness and transfer of learning;
  • Discover ways to connect learning to organizational goals and objectives by conducting an effective training needs assessment.

The Learning Environment

This course is delivered in a virtual format and combines lectures, discussions, and group activities. 

Courses may be taken individually and in any order unless otherwise noted. Six courses are required to complete the certificate. If pursuing the certificate, all courses in the certificate program must be completed within three years. Visit the program page for a recommended sequence.