Training Evaluation Models: Comparative Analysis
The descriptive research study aims at evaluating various training evaluation models found in practice with a view to draw a comparative analyses. Training evaluation models are methodically organized systematic frameworks for examining and evaluating the usefulness of training of employees, groups or organizations. The study described and evaluated training evaluation models including; Hamblin Five Levels Framework, Context-Input-Reaction-Output (CIRO) model, Bushnell input–process–output (IPO) Model, and Kirkpatrick training evaluation models. An in-depth analyses of all of the selected models were undertaken and its pros and cons were identified followed by their comparison with each other. The study analyses found Kirkpatrick training evaluation better in application because of its key advantages. Despite few of its limitations, the model ‘s acceptance as better one is accredited to its easy to use procedure, flexible adaptability across variety of industries and most comprehensive among all.
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