Levels of Evaluation According To Kirkpatrick Student’s Name Institution Affiliation Identify the four levels of evaluation according to Kirkpatrick For practical training to take place in an organization Kirkpatrick comes up with a model that explains the four levels of training (Bates 2004). The levels include first the reaction of the trainees and what they think about the whole training experience secondly learning experience of the trainee third evaluate the behaviour change of the learner to see if they have learnt something and lastly analyzing of results. Describe characteristics of each level Level 1-Reaction One aspect of the reaction level of evaluation in Kirkpatrick model of evaluating the effectiveness of training is that it is straightforward. The standard evaluates how the participant felt about the training session through direct interrogation of his/ her thought. the way of stress reduction? Did the learners experience the need to have less stress in the work environment? Do they feel any change after they went through the stress reduction program? Question 5 Use of hard copy questionnaires would be the most practical method of assessment to use as it will set the specific question to the trainee for them to answer. The method will determine the effectiveness of the stress management program through giving the participant question that they think are relevant. References Bates R. (2004). A critical analysis of evaluation practice: the Kirkpatrick model and the principle of beneficence. Evaluation and program planning 27(3) 341-347. < Kirkpatricks's%20Four-Level%20Training%20Evaluation%20Model%20(1).pdf Sitzmann T. & Weinhardt J. M. (2017). Approaching evaluation from a multilevel perspective: A comprehensive analysis of the indicators of training effectiveness. Human Resource Management Review. [...]
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