Training/Eval Approach Adds Element of Prediction

Using Dave Basarab’s new Predictive Evaluation (PE) Model, trainers and business leaders can now successfully predict training’s results, value, intention, adoption and impact, allowing them to make smarter, more strategic training and evaluation investments.

Basarab, whose work is an extension of the well-respected Kirkpatrick Model and Brinkerhoff Model, developed the PE approach to meet a very real need in the marketplace. His innovative PE method enables trainers and business leaders to predict the quantifiable impact of training to forecast training investments, results and ROI.

The PE Model is a practical step-by-step process that begins where most other evaluations stop. It’s unique because it:

>> Adds the element of prediction to training evaluations, and is the first training evaluation model to do so.

>> Requires student participation, making employees feel invested and engaged throughout the process.

>> Can be used with existing or new courses and works equally well with classroom-based training, on-the-job training, on-line learning, workshops, etc. 

>> Is appropriate for content across all industries and departments.

>> Is suitable for staff at all levels.

>> Provides recommendations for continuous improvement.

Dave Basarab is an experienced evaluator and author that has led strategic training initiatives for leading companies like NCR, Motorola, Pitney Bowes, and Ingersoll Rand.

–Source: www.evaluatetraining.com.

Using Dave Basarab’s new Predictive Evaluation (PE) Model, trainers and business leaders can now successfully predict training’s results, value, intention, adoption and impact, allowing them to make smarter, more strategic training and evaluation investments.

Basarab, whose work is an extension of the well-respected Kirkpatrick Model and Brinkerhoff Model, developed the PE approach to meet a very real need in the marketplace. His innovative PE method enables trainers and business leaders to predict the quantifiable impact of training to forecast training investments, results and ROI.

The PE Model is a practical step-by-step process that begins where most other evaluations stop. It’s unique because it:

>> Adds the element of prediction to training evaluations, and is the first training evaluation model to do so.

>> Requires student participation, making employees feel invested and engaged throughout the process.

>> Can be used with existing or new courses and works equally well with classroom-based training, on-the-job training, on-line learning, workshops, etc. 

>> Is appropriate for content across all industries and departments.

>> Is suitable for staff at all levels.

>> Provides recommendations for continuous improvement.

Dave Basarab is an experienced evaluator and author that has led strategic training initiatives for leading companies like NCR, Motorola, Pitney Bowes, and Ingersoll Rand.

–Source: www.evaluatetraining.com.

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