Airthrey works with a variety of organisations to develop their learning evaluation.
Fife Council wanted to find a common approach to learning evaluation that was relatively easy to implement, and not too onerous for service managers and other stakeholders, and yet yielding valuable information to inform decision-making. The emphasis needed to be on measuring impact and showing where (or whether) training and development makes a difference. This case study describes how Airthrey helped the council to develop a flexible question set that could be used across L&D to capture the impact of learning.
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