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Technical Trainer Evaluation example 
An Evaluation focused on a SME trainer's ability to instruct utility employee’s job specific content knowledge, skills and abilities.
Rubric Code: N22WC5X
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Subject: (General)  
Type: Assessment  
Grade Levels: (none)


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13-16 points = pass.
9-12 points = complete specific re-training
8 or less = strategic improvement plan or disciplinary action per supervisor.
  Poor

After problem areas are discussed and resolved, must retake evaluation.

1 pts

Does not meet

After problem areas are discussed and resolved, must retake evaluation.

2 pts

Meets

Does not need to retake evaluation so long as they are able to provide correct answers to problem areas.

3 pts

Exceeds

Does not need to retake evaluation.

4 pts

Organization

How features are presented, and demonstrates methods that makes sense.

Poor

Audience cannot understand presentation because there is a lack of sequence of the given information.
Does not meet

Audience has difficulty following presentation because trainer lacks cohesion.
Meets

Trainer presents information in logical sequence which the audience can follow.
Exceeds

Trainer presents information in logical, interesting sequence which the audience can follow.
Content Knowledge

Can demonstrate content knowledge, skills and abilities within given subject matter for trainees.

Poor

Trainer does not have grasp of information; trainer cannot answer questions about subject nor is able to find how to get the answers. Shows excessive hesitancy to relate why it would be used for job specific tasks.
Does not meet

Trainer is uncomfortable with information and is only able to answer rudimentary questions. Has some concept of how to find appropriate answers. Shows hesitancy to relate why it would be used for job specific tasks.
Meets

Trainer is at ease with expected answers to all questions, but lacks ability to articulate a clear response at times. Show some hesitancy to relate why it would be used for job specific tasks.
Exceeds

Trainer demonstrates exceptional knowledge by answering all class questions with explanations and elaboration as they relate to job specific tasks. Also shows students where to find help with information.
Eye Contact/Presence

Understanding people's needs by looking for unsure facial expressions, and gives appropriate eye contact.

Poor

Trainer presents all information without making eye contact to the rest of the group. Displays a tendency to distract the audience away from the training via tapping, fidgeting, motion.
Does not meet

Trainer occasionally uses eye contact. Occasionally does distracting things while presenting. (fidgetting, etc.) Trainer has awkward pauses that interrupt the flow of the training or makes demonstrations unclear.
Meets

Trainer maintains eye contact most of the time but frequently returns to notes. Does not appear to be distracting the training. Trainer has minimal awkward pauses. Small amount of flow interruptions and unclarity during demonstrations.
Exceeds

Trainer maintains eye contact with audience, seldom returning to notes. Little to no distractions. Little to no pauses or unclear moments during demonstrations.
Delivery

Presents training in a way that relates to majority of employee's needs; is audible, and has good understanding of delivery tools.

Poor

Trainer struggles to articulate effectively to the group, and use conventional vocabulary.
Does not meet

Trainer can minimally articulate effectively to the group, and use conventional vocabulary.
Meets

Trainer can articulate effectively to the group, and use conventional vocabulary.
Exceeds

Trainer exceptionally articulates to the group, and use conventional vocabulary.
Technology Integration

Utilizes wide range and variety of technological tools in training. Incorporates individualized technology mechanisms, e.g. CBT's, CMS, etc.

Poor

Trainer minimally utilizes technological tools in training. Trainer lacks up-to-date interactive devices. When and if employed, the trainer ineffectively integrates technology into training.
Does not meet

Trainer struggles to integrate technological tools, devices or is minimally effective with incorporation within training.
Meets

Trainer conscientiously integrates technological tools, device or is mild effectiveness with incorporation within training.
Exceeds

Trainer effectively integrates technological tools and devices within training.
Differentiation

Demonstrates differentiated training techniques to meet the needs of a wide range of employees.

Poor

Trainer does not demonstrates any differentiated training techniques to meet the needs of a wide range of employees.
Does not meet

Trainer minimally demonstrates any differentiated training techniques to meet the needs of a wide range of employees.
Meets

Trainer demonstrates a fair amount of differentiated training techniques to meet the needs of a wide range of employees.
Exceeds

Trainer demonstrates a wide variety of differentiated training techniques to meet the needs of a wide range of employees.



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