The study was about the Effectiveness of Training Programs of the Construction Sector in the Kingdom of Bahrain. The purpose of this research was to examine the relationship between six major training programs and the way employees evaluate training effectiveness in terms of learning, reaction and behaviour according to Kirkpatrick model of evaluation; and then find out whether it leads to improving the employee’s engagement, motivation and satisfaction. To carry out this research, the main research methods were a questionnaire. The questionnaire covered different training programs conducted to employees at the construction sector in the Kingdom of Bahrain including technical and non-technical training. Evaluating this training program using Kirkpatrick’s model. The research hypotheses were to find if there is a significant relationship between the status of Training Programs and level of effectiveness on employee’s performance in term of employee engagement, employee motivation and employee satisfaction on the employees in the selected construction sector in the Kingdom of Bahrain. The main results of the research were shown the six chosen of major program provided in the construction sector were vital and important and it is effective.
Keywords : Training Programs, Training effectiveness, Academic Programs, Electrical Installation & Water distribution programs, Communication & Interpersonal Skills programs, English Language programs, Health and Safety programs, IT Skills programs, Employee engagem