Feedback: Come at me, bro!

Let’s talk about feedback, shall we? Hold up. I’m getting ahead of myself.

Let’s talk about survival, shall we?   Hands up, everyone that wants to survive.  Ok, great. Now hands up for everyone that wants to stay gainfully employed? Oh, it’s mostly the same people.  Ok. Good.  If you want to stay employed and use all that money you’re going to be paid, you’ll need to stay on top of your game.  One of the big hurdles is admitting you can do better and finding out how. Continue reading

TBF035 – Objectives, The Redux

Hello all you tenacious trainers!  This episode is found at http://www.trainingbyfire.com/035/ and it looks at two main items.  The first being trainer evaluation and self-evaluation.  Mostly, I’m working on a form that will be suitable for different types of evaluation.  The other piece that we look at is how to retrofit objective statements to content that wasn’t built with them.  What that all about, eh?

As always, reach me at dan@trainingbyfire.com

“Organic Grunge”
Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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Trainer Evaluation Forms

How does your company or group certify or graduate trainers on new content or classes. Train the Trainer (TtT or T3, or whatever) really varies from group to group.  Do you include other elements?  Is there a test to be written or a report to be given?  Or is it as simple as checking if the trainer can follow the bouncing ball in the current presentation? Continue reading

TBF003 – The Kirkpatrick Model of Evaluation, pretty good stuff.

This weeks episode examined the Kirkpatrick Model of Evaluation!

The objective for the show:  For the listeners to be able to discuss the 4 levels of the Kirkpatrick Model of Evaluation as listed on the Kirkpatrick org website and list one criticism.

The Four levels are as follows: Reaction, Learning, Behavior, and lastly….Results! Continue reading

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