Training assessment is key in improving training and learning
To evaluate is to appreciate the value of something.
If measure leads to an objective value, assessment is a more complex process and carries a part of subjectivity. Assessing training therefore means determining its value, but what makes training valuable?
It seems to us that the clearest definition would be: To what extent did the training achieve the stated objectives?
Which of course presupposes having stated them in a precise and systematic manner. It has long been customary to only assess the satisfaction of participants after a training course. However, satisfaction is not the primary goal of training. Kirkpatrick's model has the merit of identifying 4 levels in the assessment of training, from the most immediate and down to earth, to the most global. At each level, the evaluation should not give a single measurement, but a multidimensional analysis, from which concrete ways of improvement can be identified.
Because the main purpose of training assessment is not just to inform, but to improve a training course. The ExperQuiz platform offers a particularly complete training assessment system, already chosen by the most demanding and mature organizations.
Beyond the functionalities themselves, we are dealing here with all the good practices of training assessment, which make it possible to deploy an efficient, automated, personalized system, useful to all training stakeholders.
We will also address the subject of the assessment of skills and therefore of learning outcomes, which is an essential complement to the evaluation of satisfaction, and which requires tools of a different nature. One of the advantages of the ExperQuiz solution is to bring together these sets of functionalities on the same platform