Efficacy Evaluation of Staff Training Course: A case study in Islamic Banking


Efficacy Evaluation of Staff Training Course: A case study in Islamic Banking


Fazal Ali Shaikh

Department of Economics, University of Sindh


Global-journal-of-Economics-and-Business-Administration

There are many kinds of training in institutions. But one of them the latest and most eminent train pattern intended to appraise efficacy operating workforce teaching be Kirkpatrick model. , the efficacy of the worker’s teaching path investigated Islamic banking. The feedback form composed of five constituents that take in: acquisition, the reaction of attitude, consequences moreover the novelty within the position of confounding factors are dispensed. It is showed in an investigation that some elements are such as (reaction, actions as well as creations) are having momentous end products going on the tradition efficiency on the way to Kirkpatrick model. As well as two factors (education as well as product for path) are no more a trivial consequence.


Keywords:Islamic banking; efficacy evaluation; kirkpatrick; Efficacy

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Fazal Ali Shaikh. Efficacy Evaluation of Staff Training Course: A case study in Islamic Banking. Global journal of Economics and Business Administration, 2019, 4: 25.


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