Control Group For Analysis Of Level 3 Effectiveness Of Kirkpatrick's Model - Advice - CiteHR
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I am working on the Kirkpatrick's model for quite a while now. Have got to read some very interesting articles through all the links posted here. I am trying to find out the importance of using a Control Group for analysis of Level 3 effectiveness of the model.
Also, can anyone help me with a questionnaire for level 3-4 analysis?
Thank you.
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Dear Poorva,
I normally do not give weblinks to students' queries. However, I am making an exception. Control Groups are used to improve the credibility of findings of any research. Please see
Just as I found it by searching the web, you also do the same and you will find more material.
Have a nice day.
A retired academic in the UK

Dear Poorva, Please share about your training and the trainees . We look forward to help you connect the theory with practices . I look forward to your reply on this. Regards, (Cite Contribution)
hi poorva...i had done my summer training on kirkpatrick’s attaching the questionnaire that we used for our project hope this might help u.

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Dear Poorva,
I have given my comments on Kirk Patrick model several times. Please click the following link to refers those: (2 comments)
For Kalpana: - The questionnaire that you have given is not suitable to measure the Level II change. To measure the Level II change you must conduct the post-training test. Mere asking the participants whether they have implemented the learning or not is sufficient. It goes without saying that nobody will say 'no'. Level III change is measured through change in various ratios. Level IV change is measured by measuring business impact because of these change in ratios.
Dinesh V Divekar

Actually this is the questionnaire for level iii not ii.level ii was done by pre-test and post-test analysis.i had given only the unable to search the exact questionnaire.when i get that i will post that too.:-)
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