Kirkpatrick’s Learning Evaluation Model

Kirkpatrick’s Learning Evaluation Model

Donald Kirkpatrick, former Professor Emeritus at the University of Wisconsin, published his model in 1959 to analyze learning effectiveness. It has evolved through over six decades of application by learning and development professionals around the world. There are four levels of evaluation and each successive level of the model represents a more precise measure of effectiveness of a training program.

Read more: Essential Core And Functional Competencies For Managers


    Leave your Email ID below for more L&D insights delivered to your inbox.

    By submitting the form you accept Terms of Service and Privacy Policy.

    We use cookies to ensure you get the best user experience on our website. By continuing to use this site, you agree to the use of these cookies.