Under these circumstances, it can be easy to lose quality control over effective
training delivery in the classroom. How can you make sure your company's
training dollars are being well spent? A training audit is often the best way to
Author: Deborah Spring Laurel
Publisher: American Society for Training and Development
Use the methodology presented here for assessing whether classroom training will have the desired outcome and whether there will be a high probability of learning. This issue gives you the step-by-step road map to conduct a training audit, which is a systematic assessment of the efficiency and effectiveness of the design and delivery of a classroom training event through a review of lesson plans, participant materials, and observation of classroom activities and outcomes.