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Relationship Among the Four Levels of Evaluation

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What is the relationship among the four levels of evaluation? Would you argue for examining all four levels if your boss suggested you should look only at the last one (results) and that if it improved, you would know that training had some effect? Explain your answer fully (training and development).

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Prior to talking about the relationship among the levels of evaluation, we will have to first of all understand the precise meaning of 'Training and Development Programs'. In this part, we will also talk about the 'Four Stage Model'. So; initially, we will talk about the Training and Development under the heading of Introduction, for example:

Introduction: Training and Development: Evaluation Model

Training and development programs are essential procedures adopted by all the business organizations for increasing their productivity and efficiency in the competitive market place. It is also necessary for the organizations to evaluate the effectiveness of the training and development program in improving the knowledge and skills of the employees. The four stage evaluation model given by D.L. Kirkpatrick is effective in the evaluation of the training and development program. The model assists the organizations in effectively evaluating the training ...

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The response introduces a training and development program before evaluating it using the four levels of evaluation model. 579 words with 2 references.