Course Description

Measurement or evaluation usually begins during the conceptualization of a program and needs to be linked to the objectives that have been set. Results of the measures provide data-based information that enables one to establish the value and effectiveness of an activity, as well as establishes standards for accountability. This program covers a discussion of concepts and includes activities that are meant to equip the facilitator with essential skills in measuring, assessing, and evaluating learning and performance as a result of training. These include the design and interpretation of different measurement or evaluation instruments such as checklists, rating scales, and rubrics.

Target Participants

Training and HR practitioners, educators, researchers, managers

Investment Rate

PSTD Member : Php 10,000 inclusive of VAT
PSTD Non – Member : Php 12,000 inclusive of VAT

Course Objectives

The module aims to:

  1. Orient the participants to the nature and value of training measurement and evaluation
  2. Provide examples of evaluation and assessment measures involved in a training activity
  3. Introduce basic statistical measures and their interpretation


Specific Objectives: At the end of the two-day program, the participants are expected to:

  1. Differentiate between and among different measures used in training
  2. Assess the appropriateness of the different training evaluation formats or approaches
  3. Design evaluation instruments
  4. Interpret data from evaluation and assessment tools

Course Outline

  1. Training models & processes
  2. Roles & responsibilities of the trainer/facilitator
  3. Definitions & Context of Measurement, Assessment, and Evaluation
  4. Designing Evaluation Tools to Measure Effectiveness
  5. Use of Statistical Methods & Techniques
  6. Interpreting Meanings of Data