According to a research by “Towards Maturity”, one of the reasons for the failure of an eLearning initiative in an organization is lack of “in-built e-assessment, usage measurement, record keeping, evaluation recording, and links to competency measurement or business evaluation.”
It is not enough for L & D managers to organize training programs. They also need to take adequate measures to measure training outcomes. This ensures that they are able to put on record the importance of training programs and justify the budgetary allocation for their activities. So, how can L & D managers measure training outcomes?
Assessments are important methods by which the effectiveness of online training programs and its impact on learners can be monitored, measured and recorded.
Check out this eBook that gives an overview of how assessments can be used to measure training outcomes and training effectiveness.