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pyramid6Level 2 Learning Objectives
There is increased interest in evaluating the acquisition of knowledge and skills. These drivers include growth in the number of learning organizations, emphasis being placed on intellectual capital, and increased use of certifications as a discriminator in the selection process. Given this, Level 2 objectives should be well defined.

Level 2 objectives communicate expected outcomes from instruction; they describe competent performance that should be the result of learning. The best learning
objectives describe behaviors that are observable and measurable. As with Level 1 objectives, Level 2 objectives are outcome based. Clearly worded and specific, they
spell out what the participant must be able to do as a result of learning.

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Measuring ResultsProgram objectives are the fundamental basis for evaluation.

Program objectives drive the design and development of the program and define how to measure success. Program objectives define what the program is intended to do and how to measure participant achievement and system support of the learning transfer process. All too often, however, minimal emphasis is placed on developing objectives and their defined measures.

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JackPattiIn recent years, we have witnessed change in organisational accountability, especially toward investment in training, programs, and projects.

Employers and government are concerned about the value of their investment on vocational education and training. Today, this concern translates into financial impact, the actual monetary contribution from a training program.

Although monetary value is a critical concern, it is the comparison of this value with the project costs that captures stakeholders' attention— and translates to ROI. "Show me the money" is the familiar response from individuals asked to invest (or continue to invest) in major projects (including training programs). At times, this response is appropriate.

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