Metrics for Workplace Learning
Strengthen your knowledge of how to use key metrics to assess the impact and success that workplace learning brings to the employee evaluation process. Designed for HR professionals, this course introduces the process of needs analysis, theories and best practices in adult education, and industry standards in metrics for workplace learning.
This course aligns to the SHRM® Body of Applied Skills and Knowledge¹
This Program, ID No. 616240 , has been approved for 30.00 E-Learning recertification credit hours toward aPHR™, aPHRi™, PHR®, PHRca®, SPHR®, GPHR®, PHRi™ and SPHRi™recertification through HR Certification Institute® (HRCI®).
Skills you'll learn:
Identify metrics to measure the impact of employee learning and training initiatives
Achieve employee learning and training goals by selecting the appropriate intervention
Leverage metrics to select and implement systematic and individual improvements to learning and training activities
Evaluate initiatives for efficacy and identify opportunities for iterative improvement
Needs and development analysis
Learning and development program design
Adult education best practices
What's included in this course:
- Self-paced, 100% online
- SHRM recertification credits
- 4 job-ready skills
- No books or materials needed
- Finish course in approx. 30 hrs
- Access to course for 1 year
- Certificate of completion
- 7-day satisfaction guarantee
California residents cannot purchase professional development courses or tracks.
Reasons to buy for business:
We're a SHRM Recertification Provider
This course offers professional development credits (PDCs) for the SHRM-CP® or SHRM-SCP® credentials.
- Course Introduction
- Getting Started
- Course Welcome
- Module 1: Identify Metrics with Needs Analysis
- Introduction to Needs Analysis Metrics
- Conducting Needs Assessment
- Assessment Tools/Process and Professional Talent Development
- Key Terms for Needs Analysis Metrics
- Needs Analysis Metrics Skills Assessment
- Module 2: Select Optimal Interventions
- Introduction to Engaging Adult Learning
- Basics of Education Technology
- Principles of Adult learning, Engaging a Multigenerational Workforce, and Self-Directed Learning Design
- Optimal Intervention Key Terms
- Optimal Intervention Skills Assessment
- Module 3: Instructional Development Metrics
- Introduction Instructional Development Strategies Metrics
- The ADDIE Model for Instructional Development
- Planning Learning with ADDIE, Motivating Adult Learners, and Measures for Instructional Design
- Instructional Development Metrics Knowledge Check
- Instructional Development Metrics Key Terms
- Instructional Development Metrics Skills Assessment
- Module 4: Evaluation of Learning for Improvement
- Introduction to Evaluating the Impact of Learning and Training
- Barriers to and Solutions for Effective Learning Measurement
- Framework and Strategies for Training Effectiveness and Business Impact
- Effective Learning Knowledge Check
- Effective Learning Key Terms
- Effective Learning Skills Assessment
- Course Conclusion
- Course Wrap Up
Tools and resources for you to use right away:
Workplace Learning Essentials
This PDF contains links to resources curated by learning and development professionals to help support your growing knowledge and skill sets in this course.
Comparison of Competency Assessment Types
This downloadable PDF provides a comparison of Training Needs, Individual Competency, and Organizational Maturity assessments.
Learning System Design
This downloadable PDF from SHRM provides basic information on needs assessments, readiness for learning, and learning methods.
Showcase your achievement
Share your Certificate of Completion and Professional Development Badge by uploading them to your social media profiles, such as LinkedIn® * , when you’ve successfully completed your course with a score of 85% or higher.
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Frequently asked questions
Is the Metrics for Workplace Learning professional development course right for me?
The Metrics for Workplace Learning course may be right for you if you have an interest in learning about needs and development analysis. This course could also help you grow your career in the education field.
Why should I purchase this Metrics for Workplace Learning professional development course?
By purchasing this Metrics for Workplace Learning course, you are taking the first step in growing your workplace learning skills. You should purchase this course if you're interested in learning theories and best practices in adult education.
Do I need to apply for this course?
Everyone is welcome to take the Metrics for Workplace Learning course. No application is necessary.
Does your Metrics for Workplace Learning professional development course have any prerequisites?
All levels and skillsets are welcome to take the Metrics for Workplace Learning non-credit course. There are no prerequisites for this course.
Can the Metrics for Workplace Learning course help me prepare for any certification exams?
This course aligns to the SHRM Functional Area 4 of the Body of Knowledge: Learning & Development. This course is not endorsed by SHRM.org. SHRM is a registered trademark of Society for Human Resource Management.
What is it like to participate in the professional development Metrics for Workplace Learning course?
The Metrics for Workplace Learning course has four modules comprised of subjects like “identifying metrics with needs analysis.” Each module has a knowledge check and brief assessment to validate your skills. You can expect the course to take about 30 hours, and all courses are 100% online and self-paced.
What is the difference between a course and a track?
A course covers one subject and an average of 4 job-ready skills. Select courses help prepare you to test for one industry certification exam.
A track is a collection of our courses at a discounted price. All tracks help prepare you to test for at least one industry certification exam.