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Tackle effective team training with a Kirkpatrick training evaluation template

Measure training effectiveness in the office—or in the classroom—and ensure your team gets the most out of future initiatives with this four-tiered model.

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Kirkpatrick training evaluation template

Gather input and analyze results as you collaboratively measure training programefficacy.

Team drills build workplace muscles

Weigh reactions, information retention, and newfound behaviors post-training to ensure your team bulks up in all the right places.

Weigh-in: Measure the results of training and learning programs and celebrate team gains.

Choose your fighter: See how your training methods stack up when it comes to reaction, learning, behavior, and results.

Do a flex: Shout out teammates and showcase training-based growth as you rack up collective skills.

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Whether you’re evaluating training programs and their results or strategizing the next big play, FigJam is your mascot for all things collaborative. With team-oriented templates, widgets, and meeting spaces, it’s never been easier to take a virtual knee together or hand out high-fives.

FAQs

The Kirkpatrick model of evaluation is a four-tiered system used to determine if a student or employee training is successful. This pyramid-shaped model breaks down training outcomes through an evaluation process made up of four measurable criteria that prove efficacy: initial reactions, demonstrable learning (otherwise known as knowledge retention), behavioral growth, and results.

The Kirkpatrick model of training evaluation is used to measure a training’s impact using the intended knowledge gained while helping improve the outcome of future sessions.

Whether you’re a teacher asking students to reflect on a program or a manager seeking feedback on recent in-office training, Kirkpatrick training models can illuminate what’s landing—and what’s missing the mark—so you can decide whether to stick to your teaching points or tailor your methods for future trainees.

FigJam’s free, customizable Kirkpatrick evaluation model welcomes everyone on board so you can launch team discussions and weigh feedback across each level.

The Kirkpatrick training evaluation model measures a training’s success against four levels: reaction, learning, behavior, and results. These four layers are organized in the following order, from the abstract to the applicable:

- Reaction, or the initial responses and impressions formed post-training

- Learning, or the goals of the training and illustrates new skills your team has developed

- Behavior, or your team’s ability to put those new skills to use

- Results, or the quantifiable successes or losses your team experiences after training

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