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Horse training can be very difficult for those who do not know the personality of horses. Each horse is unique like a person but one has to know the right facts on how to handle them. Horse Training by Janet Evans will teach readers how to tame and train horses. This book covers many topics like beginner trainer tips, training your horse to listen to voice commands, obedience training, lead training and many more! Avoid the mistakes and become an awesome horse trainer today!
A Fairy's Life for Me - OBEDIENCE Journal - Jedu is a boy fairy who has to earn his wings. The King and Queen of the Heartland Fairy tribe choose teachers that will help each fairy grown big, strong wings, which are needed so that the fairies can fly. There are story books, soft cover and Kindle versions that tell his story of the principles he has to learn so that his wings will grow. Buy this journal and help your children to never forget important things that have happened in their lives, so that they like Jedu can learn from these experiences to be OBEDIENT.
This book details a unique training evaluation approach developed by David J. Basarab, Sr. currently the Manager of Evaluation at Motorola University. This approach was developed in part based on information from his graduate coursework with Dr. Darrell K. Root, professor of program evaluation and educational administration at the University of Dayton. It enabled Motorola to evaluate their corporate training programs to determine whether money spent on training was an investment or an expense. This evaluation approach is also significant in determining either the effectiveness of or the opportunities to improve corporate training programs. In this text, The Training Evaluation Process, David Basarab and Darrell Root provide commercial industry training with a step-by-step approach to use when evaluating training progrruns, thus allowing training to be viewed as an investment rather than an expense. This text focuses on assessing training programs, so that they may be improved. This approach provides a successful procedure to use when evaluating training programs. Included in the text is a comprehensive explanation of the evaluation model developed by D. L. Kirkpatrick (Kirkpatrick, D. L., November 1959) in which he described four levels of evaluating training progrruns: Level 1 -Reaction: Evaluate to learn participants' perception to the training program. Level 2 -Learning: Evaluate to determine whether participants have learned the course subject matter. Level 3 -Behavior: Evaluate participants' use of newly acquired job skills on the job. Level 4 -Results: Evaluate the organizational impact of training on company's workforce.
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