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Evaluating Training Effectiveness By Peter Bramley

Evaluating Training Effectiveness
by Peter Bramley

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Evaluating the effectiveness of training, this book identifies training needs, discusses the design and implementation of training courses and relates benefits to costs.
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Evaluating Training Effectiveness by Peter Bramley

"Evaluating Training Effectiveness" deals with evaluation in a comprehensive way, from identification of training needs, through design and delivery, to relating benefits to costs. Peter Bramley gives practical advice on how to evaluate training to ensure that it is effective and also explains the best methods to design effective training. The book achieves a balance between theory and practice. It is not just a set of recommendations for practice, but also an interpretation of the implications of theory for good practice.

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Table of Contents


Part One: Evaluates the training process. The suitability of the model used and the integration of the training into its organizational context. Part Two: How to evaluate changes in effectiveness resulting from training. Part Three: Offers strategies for evaluating and practical advice on how to choose a strategy.

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GOR001874281
Evaluating Training Effectiveness by Peter Bramley
Peter Bramley
The McGraw-Hill training series
Used - Very Good
Paperback
McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
1990-11-30
160
0077073312
9780077073312
N/A
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