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Library's Career Management Blog Library's Human Resources Blog Library's Leadership Blog Library's Supervision Blog Library's Training and Development Blog The last phase of the ADDIE model of instructional design, or systematic training, is evaluation.

However, the evaluation really should have started even during the previous phase -- the implementation phase -- because the evaluation is of both the activities of the trainer as they are being implemented and of the results of the training as it nears an end or is finished.

Stephanie Mooshegian on Making the Most Out of Kirkpatrick's Level 1 Measurement in the Classroom Typically, evaluators look for validity, accuracy and reliability in their evaluations.