Education logo smallEvaluating Learning Impact Certificate

November 6-7, 2017

Program Information

This comprehensive certificate program provides a solid foundation in all aspects of the measurement and evaluation of learning and performance solutions. Through small group interaction, application exercises, and a running case study, participants will leave the program knowing how to determine the impact of learning programs and develop and implement an evaluation strategy for their organization. The content of this program is based on the ASTD Competency Study and helps participants prepare to obtain the CPLP credential.

Developed by ROI Institute, this course will help participants learn how to measure reaction and the types of questions to ask that correlate to results. They’ll also learn how to measure learning, including how to develop cutoff scores and compelling questions that provide an objective view of learning success. Learn how to measure application and behavior change, focusing on various data-collection tools as well as techniques for improving instrument design and response rates. Finally, learn how to forecast impact and ROI using lower levels of data, communicate results, and integrate evaluation into your learning practice.

Why You Should Attend:

  • Build a credible business case for increased evaluation in their organization.
  • Select appropriate strategies, measurement tools, and evaluation design.
  • Collect and analyze data to explore all its possible implications.
  • Communicate results to a variety of stakeholders.
  • Develop an evaluation strategy plan to implement and sustain evaluation in their organization.
  • Establish processes to ensure successful implementation, including setting evaluation targets, staffing, responsibilities, budgeting, planning, management involvement, use of technology, and reporting.

Facilitator

Wally Su

Wally Su graduated from National Sun Yat-sen University and majored in business administration. He has more than 20 years of experience in learning and development. He uses simple but engaging methods to deliver complicated content to make it easier for the learners. Through great instructional design, Wally ensures that learners can apply what they’ve learned on the job.