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Every organization wants to know that the money they are spending on training is well spent.

They want to know that they are getting a sufficient return on their training investment (ROI).
Improvement factors include increased productivity, reduction of waste and improved
employee retention.

Measurement of training ROI starts with defining the reasons and goals for the training,
determining how much the training costs and verifying the amount of return. In this program,
the idea is to enable one to be able to calculate the return on the training investment.

29th - 30th Sep 2016
9:00am - 5:00pm
PSTD, Karachi

Course fee: Rs. 24,500/-

(Per participant)
Includes Course material, PSTD Certificate, Lunch, Refreshments & Business Networking


Plot # TC-3, 34th Street, Off Khayaban-e-Sehar, Phase V Extension DHA, Karachi.
Landline: +92-21 35854462, 35855985 | Fax: +92-21 35844902 | Email:
1: ROI Trends and Issues Level 2: Learning
2: Evaluation Approaches Level 3: Application and Implementation
3: ROI Best Practices Level 4: Impact
4: Barriers and Benefits of ROI 8: Philips Model
5: Training Need Assessment and its Implications to ROI 9: Data Collection
6: Training Effectiveness Measurement Model 10: Isolating the Effects of Learning & Development
7: Kirkpatrick Model 11: Calculating Cost and Converting Benefits to Monetary Value
Level 1: Reaction and Planned Action

Trainers profile:


Dr. Hanif Mohammed specializes in the areas of Strategy, Financial Modeling, Financial Economics, and Human
Resource Management. He holds a PhD in Strategy from California, USA where his research work was focused towards
"Creating Strategic Synergy through Strategic Alliances". His second PhD is in Business Administration along with Post
Doctorate in Financial Economics. He holds MBA in Marketing with Bi-Major in HRM. He holds a PGD from LUMS
and McGill University, Canad with specialization in Operations Management. Whereas, he is a Certified Manager in
Training and Development from American Management Association and has done various courses like discussion
Leadership form Harvard Business School & also from AMA, New York, USA.

He has approximately 19 years of training and consultancies experience with companies in Pakistan, Canada and USA.
Having extensive industry experience he has worked with companies like Shell Pakistan, Pakistan State Oil, Chevron,
National Foods, Johnson & Johnson, PharmEvo, Reso Shafi Chemicals, British Council, FICH, WHO; UNO, NICH, TPS,
etc. He has been awarded 8 consecutive times "The Best Trainer" Award by Higher Education Commission, National
Academy of Higher Education for his outstanding training program of "Training of Trainers" for public sector universities
and institutes which included Professors, Associate Professors, Assistant Professors, Academicians, Educationists,

He is also working as an advisor and consultant to various other organizations in Education Sector, and specifically
in the field of Financial Modeling and Forecasting Techniques for Chemicals and Pharmaceutical industry. He was a
permanent employee in the field of training and development for Shell Pakistan, Aga Khan Economic Planning Board
for Pakistan, Focus Humanitarian Assistance, etc. He has prepared budgets for US State Department in collaboration
with United Nations and also evaluated Training Need Assessments done by UNDP, World Bank and Asian Development
Bankin the areas of vocational training directly impacting the economic levels of a country. His publications have
appeared in various International and National journals and books like Oxford University Press, Knowledge Globalization
Institute Boston, Massachusetts, College of Physicians and Surgeons Pakistan, Aga Khan University etc.