Public Sector Learning Program Evaluation Workshop 2016
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- DateTue 02 February 2016
- Time8:00 AM
- LocationTBA Melbourne VIC 3000
- Ticket$Price per person per person
- Table$Price for a table per table (seats Normally between 8-12)
- ContactLiquid Learning Group
Organisations the world over are emphasising the need to demonstrate
business and community impacts of training programs. In order to provide the tools for L & D professionals to achieve this objective, Liquid Learning is delighted to present a TWO-DAY WORKSHOP that will provide delegates with an in-depth and interactive learning experience. This
practical workshop will provide hands on tools and a step by step guide to address the day to day challenges of evaluating the impact of your learning programs.
Through attending this workshop, delegates will:
• Identify business stakeholders and their evaluation requirements
• Align program management initiatives to organisational goals, objectives and metrics
• Conduct risk management for program delivery across the organisation
• Build requisite knowledge and skills to design an evaluation plan
• Introduce an evaluation framework including methods and tools of data collection and analysis
• Increase knowledge of major models and tools that can be applied to the evaluation of Learning and Development programs
• Improve confidence in undertaking evaluation of the impact of learning and training initiatives
• Draw conclusions, recommendations and report results to all stakeholders
• Create a program evaluation report that addresses business information needs
• Enhance capacity to select an appropriate evaluation design and methods, relevant to learning and development initiatives
• Build an action plan that will facilitate ongoing work within the business
Investment in Professional Development and organisational learning is pivotal to ensuring employees acquire both theoretical and practical training that will add to their skill set and ultimately deliver value to the organisation. An investment in any new initiative brings with it the need to demonstrate a positive outcome. Demonstrating the return on investment (ROI) in quantitative and qualitative terms in a learning environment is not something that is easily conveyed.
In order to excel and demonstrate their value in the marketplace, individuals must demonstrate what they have learnt from training programs. They must be able to communicate what they are bringing back to their organisation and exactly how this learning can impact both clients and stakeholders.
Through attending this workshop, Human Resource and Learning and Development professionals will be provided with the tools to aid evaluation of their talent management strategies and convey them into business terminology that will demonstrate value to key stakeholders. Delegates will identify how evaluation can be built in to a program at the planning stage and tracked over time to demonstrate the tangible and intangible value of the learning program.