Welcome to the Training Evaluation Framework and Tools (TEFT)
Introduction to the Training Evaluation Framework and accompanying tools, designed to help funders, implementers, and managers plan successful evaluations of their in-service training programs.
We recently held an interactive webinar on TEFT. View the recording to learn more about these resources.
Read our blog post about what we learned about how to make trainings more effective at the
3rd Global Forum on Human Resources for Health.
What is the TEFT?
The Training Evaluation Framework and Tools (TEFT) is a set of resources designed to help evaluators, implementers, and program managers at all levels plan successful evaluations of in-service training program outcomes. The resources are organized as six steps to guide the planning of a training outcome evaluation.
The Training Evaluation Framework illustrates a conceptual link between in-service trainings for health care workers and meaningful outcomes at the individual, facility, and population levels. It also explores the situational factors that might affect an evaluation. Click here for an overview of the framework and tools.
The TEFT also includes tools and resources, to guide the process of evaluation planning and support thoughtful discussions between evaluators, program implementers, and funders.How would you like to explore TEFT?
- Read an overview (PDF)
- Go through six interactive e-learning modules
- Go to the tools
- Go through case examples
- Download a self-study guide
- Watch the video below