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Volume :8 Issue : 3 2001      Add To Cart                                                                    Download

Two Steps Training and Development Reaction Evaluation

Auther : Ridha M. Al-Khayyat and Abdulaziz A. Taqi

Training reaction evaluation is the most used level of kirkpatrick’s four levels training evaluation model. In order to better understand the factors influencing adult trainees reaction, a two step reaction evaluation model was developed and empirically tested. The daily evaluation (i. e., first step) variables, the time effect variable, and two sets of dummy variables reflecting different programs classifications were found to be related to the final evaluation ( i. e., second step) variables. This leads to the conclusion that trainees’ reaction is not based on the events of the last day of the training program, rather it is a result of trainee exposure and reaction of the daily events of the training program. Regression analysis further substantiated this finding. The daily program evaluation outcomes were found to be a good predictor of the trainees’ eventual assessment of the training experience as a whole, i. e. trainee’s reaction. The final program evaluation factors, with the exception of the program’s administrative arrangement, could also strongly explain the changes in the final overall trainee’s reaction.

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