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Deep Dive Discussion (Members Only): Evaluating the Impact of Training: A Focus on Level 3 and Level 4 Evaluation

  • April 02, 2024
  • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Panera – Meeting Room, 13704 Northwest Fwy, Houston TX 77040
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Welcome to our Deep Dive Discussion series session, designed to bring together ATD Houston members for an engaging and thought-provoking experience.

Food will not be provided but can be purchased at Panera. Participants are encouraged to eat dinner before and during the conversation.

Join us at our Deep Dive Discussion on Evaluating the Impact of Training: A Focus on Level 3 and Level 4 Evaluation, and be part of a transformative journey that will leave an indelible mark on your professional growth. Reserve your spot today!

Be able to discuss your evaluation experiences, or desired experiences in reference to:

  • The Kirkpatrick 4-level Evaluation Model
  • The Phillips ROI Model
  • The Thalheimer LTEM Model

ATD Houston Deep Dives are two-hour open discussion sessions. We’re informal and casual. A facilitator keeps the discussion going by asking questions to promote the generation and evaluation of ideas with the intent of diving deeper into a topic than we’re able to do in other ATD Houston presentations.

In this Deep Dive, Kent Nuttall will lead a journey into the levels of evaluation that show our program has made a difference back on the job, both for the learner and for the organization. We’ll share experiences with Kirkpatrick Levels 3 & 4, Phillips ROI, Thalheimer’s LTEM tiers 7 & 8. We’ll also generate and discuss the reasons behind the low percentage of evaluations performed at these levels and what might increase our ability to evaluate nearly all our programs at these levels.

Participants will:

  • Hear and understand multiple viewpoints about program evaluation from the deep dive participants.
  • Form and take back to their company at least one new idea for evaluating the impact of their programs on learners and the organization.

Talent Development Capability Model

Developing Professional Capability: Evaluating Impact

Impacting Organizational Capability: Data and Analytics, Business Insight


Kent Nuttall is a long-long time member of ATD Houston. He’s a past president who came back for another couple years on the board. His passion centers on solving one of the most talked about issues in learning and development, showing the impact of learning on the learner and the organization. His Meaningful Competence® Toolkit is the result of his passion. The challenges he’s enjoyed have included: Implementing an early versions of an LCMS in a nuclear environment, starting a customer training group, dealing with the implementation and legal issues of a secondment program, managing world-wide training programs, and implementing new and improved learning and development processes.

Social Media

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kentnuttall/

YouTube: www.youtube.com/@torchsolutionsgroup


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