Evaluation of the effectiveness of in-service courses implemented in the year 1396, on the reaction, learning, behavior and results of managers and staff of Dezful University of Medical Sciences based on the Kirk Patrick model
Evaluation of the effectiveness of in-service courses implemented in the year 1396, on the reaction, learning, behavior and results of managers and staff of Dezful University of Medical Sciences based on the Kirk Patrick model
Volume 4, Issue 2, 2019, Page 100-116
Authors : Fahimeh Ganjali , Ali Mohammad Moslehi , Mina Yazdi

Abstract :
Every organization needs adroit and skilled human resources to carry out its activities and achieve its predetermined goals; The purpose of the present study was to evaluate the effectiveness of in-service training courses on the reaction, learning, behavior and outcomes of managers and staff of Dezful University of Medical Sciences based on Kirk Patrick's model The statistical population of the study consisted of all staff and managers participating in in-service training courses in Dezful University of Medical Sciences in 1396 with a population of 4,00 and according to Cochran's formula, 382 people (322 learning-reaction stages — 60 managers of the results behavior stage) were selected as sample. Sampling was stratified. Data gathering tool is curriculum impact assessment questionnaire of Abbas Arab (2014) based on Kirk Patrick's evaluation model and guidelines. Statistical analysis of this study was performed using two software SPSS, EXCEL. One-sample T-test and analysis of variance were used to analyze the data. The results showed that according to the Kirk Patrick model the held training courses had a positive effect on the four stages of reaction, learning, behavior and results on the staff.

Keywords :
in-service courses, reaction, learning, behavior, outcomes, and Kirk Patrick's model.