Donald Kirkpatrick, who devised the original Evaluation theories, will be making a special guest appearance during the webinar – which is being promoted in the UK by The Charity Learning Consortium, a group of more than 100 voluntary sector organisations collaborating to make eLearning affordable.
Charities, Housing Associations and not for profits working in the voluntary sector can register for free at http://www.charitylearning.org/
Corporate organisations may also join, but will be charged.
Last year’s highly successful webinar was attended by more than 250 L&D professionals from charitable organisations around the world. This year Jim and Wendy Kirkpatrick will be looking at Evaluation Levels Three and Four. The webinar, which focuses on Creating Believable Value, is suitable for everyone, however – whether they attended or not last year.
Last year, members of The Charity Learning Consortium were thrilled to participate and really reaped the benefit. As in 2011, it is entirely free to all charities, housing associations and not-for-profits working in the voluntary sector around the world – not just members of the Consortium.
“We’re incredibly grateful to the Kirkpatricks for donating their time and expertise once again, to help further the success of valuable L&D in the charitable sector,” said Martin Baker, founder and CEO, The Charity Learning Consortium. “We’re particularly thrilled to be welcoming Donald Kirkpatrick for a special guest appearance this year.”
Further details of the webinar are on The Charity Learning Consortium website.
Please note that the webinar is at 3pm in the UK (British Summer Time) – please use a free online time zone calculator if you are publishing information about this webinar in other countries.
About webinar facilitators Jim & Wendy Kirkpatrick:
Dr. Jim Kirkpatrick is a Senior Consultant with Kirkpatrick Partners.
He conducts workshops and consults on topics including building a business partnership model, evaluation, and balanced scorecards for top organisations all over the world. Jim has co-authored three books on evaluation with his father, Don. He has co-authored three books on the Kirkpatrick Business Partnership Model with his wife, Wendy. Jim is known for his open, friendly facilitation style. His classes offer an opportunity for all participants to share their experiences and learn from each other in a comfortable environment.
Wendy Kayser Kirkpatrick is the President of Kirkpatrick Partners.
Wendy applies her skills as a certified instructional designer and expert facilitator to lead companies to measurable success.
Wendy is the co-author of Kirkpatrick Then and Now (2009 Kirkpatrick Publishing), Training on Trial (2010 AMACOM Books) and The Brunei Window Washer (2012 Kirkpatrick Publishing). Wendy draws on two decades of experience in retailing, marketing, and training to make her work relevant and impactful with measurable results.
About The Charity Learning Consortium: Efficiency through collaboration
The Charity Learning Consortium (CLC) enables cost effective eLearning in the Third Sector. We're the largest group of UK based charities collaborating to make eLearning affordable, with more than 100 charity members. The CLC makes online learning available to countless volunteers and well over 100,000 Third Sector staff.
Charities join to save money, but also benefit from networking with others with similar goals, sharing resources, ideas and best practice. Members also enjoy special discounts and specialist workshops designed to help them make the most of eLearning.
Collaboration is at the heart of what we do. Find out more at http://www.charitylearning.org/