100% of attendees at Measuring the impact of great learning in March 2019 would recommend this workshop to others

Gain the skills and knowledge to demonstrate the value added of learning within your organisation. 

Organisations are increasingly interested in the return they get for their learning and development investments. Yet measuring the impact is the Holy Grail of the profession. While pursuing scientific evidence of cause and effect is probably a fools errand, there are some manageable things L&D professionals can do to provide reasonable surety that learning is having a positive impact.

Multi-award winning learning professional Nicky McCrudden has always been committed to making sure that learning makes a difference.  She has made it one of her missions to find straightforward, and practical ways she can increase the chances learning will deliver a return on investment and document the impact an intervention has had on the learner.  In this lively, interactive workshop, Nicky will share learning from her experiences, covering:

  • RoI and RoE – is there a difference and does it matter?
  • Reviewing the essential elements that need to be in place to measure learning
  • It’s 2019, is the Kirkpatrick Model still relevant?
  • Building in assessments that aren’t time-consuming
  • Data, data everywhere – what evidence might you collect?

"Really well done - good content, pace and duration. Good mix of presentation and activities."
Attendee at Measuring the Impact of Great Learning workshop in March 2019

The session was really excellent… It hit exactly the right note and was a really enjoyable way of getting the measures across and covered a lot in short time.  I really believe that the Trust benefits from our association with you.
Monica Green -Director of HR, East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust



The workshop is £250 (no VAT) after 28 June 2019.

Join the Friends of the Campaign for Learning and receive a 20% discount on this workshop fee and as a special introductory offer, you can bring a colleague to the workshop free of charge.

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