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BK Blog Post
Posted by David Basarab.
Dave is the founder of Dave Basarab Consulting, V.A.L.E. Consulting, LLC and co-founder of The Learning Burst Academy. He is also the author of The Training Evaluation Process and Predictive Evaluation.
Once a mission statement (see this blog) has been developed, you can write your evaluation objectives. Note that objectives are much more specific than the mission statement itself and defines results that must be achieved in order for the overall mission to be accomplished. Also, an objective defines the desired end result.
Deliverables are the items that will be produced by the training evaluation. Items such as reports, dashboards, executive presentations, etc. are products typically named here.
As example of objectives and deliverables in an evaluation plan:
The following two questions are useful both in setting objectives and monitoring progress:
What are your thoughts regarding objectives and deliverables with respect to training evaluation efforts?