Evaluating Training using the Kirkpatrick model:
Topic #1 – Subject Matter Experts (SME)
Your subject matter expert (SME) likely plays a role in the design and development of training. What role (if any) should the SME play in the implementation of the training? What factors might impact this role?
Topic #2 – Equitable Access to Training
What would you recommend an organization do to ensure that everyone receives equitable access to training opportunities? What kinds of specialized training would be beneficial to address diversity, equity, and inclusion for employees?
Use these references
- ADDIE Implementation Stage: Implementation of ADDIE (https://elearningindustry.com/getting-know-addie-implementation)
- Implementing Training: Conducting the Training with Learners Implementing Training (http://managementhelp.org/training/systematic/implementing-training.htm#prep)
- Subject Matter Expert: Is it necessary for an Instructional Designer to be a Subject Matter Expert?: Subject Matter Expert ( https://elearningindustry.com/is-it-necessary-for-an-instructional-designer-to-be-an-subject-matter-expert)
- Best Practices: SME Best Practices
- Pilot Testing: Pilot Testing During Implementation “Strategy and Tactics for Pilot Implementation in the ADDIE Model,” Journal of GXP Compliance, Volume 12, Number 2, January 2008, pp. 12- 19. by Gordon Welty.)
- Evaluating Training: Evaluating Training (https://trainingtools.wordpress.com/2008/03/11/evaluating-training-and-having-fun)
- Evaluating Training using the Kirkpatrick model: Kirkpatrick Evaluation Method