L&D: My Standard Level 1 Evaluation Format From 1987

Level 1 Evaluations Sheets Are Also Known Sometimes As Smile Sheets

I had been taught in the late 1970s to focus on Performance – so I structured my Level 1 Evaluation to get perception data from Training attendees on that: Performance.

So I read with interest colleague Brett Christensen’s recent post on his use of Will Thalheimer’s guidance in Will’s book – here. Check it out!

I’d been using a format similar to the one below (graphics 3-4-5-6) since the early 1980s – but this is the earliest copy I have of a Written Evaluation – and it was called that – because I also did a Verbal Evaluation – conducted after the Written Evaluation was done and turned in at the end of the session – for ILT sessions/workshops/classes/courses/etc. Events.

The example – 4 pages – follows in a couple of graphics. It is from an ILT course I produced in 1987, after a Curriculum Architecture Design effort in 1986. It was for the Keystone Course for new hires, after a series of what would be called “Micro Learning today. This is for what I guess could be called “Macro Learning” as it was 8 days in length.

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The Area of Performance Framework Use To Define the Performance

And then used to derive the enabling Knowledge/Skills.

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The 8 Day Course covered all 8 areas even though some PMs did not do all 8 in their jobs. But somebody on their team did – so it was thought good for them to know that and that they could someday take a product or Product Family where they might have to do it all.

The Level 1 Evaluation

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Some Of the Results From This Delivery

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This Course Won an NSPI Award in 1989

NSPI is now ISPI.

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Internal Client Communications & Marketing of This Course

The Path

PM T&D Path

Internal Newsletters

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12 Minute Video

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