This article describes a program evaluation using Kirkpatrick’s four levels model. The program evaluation was conducted by studying 24 candidates for the Expert-Level Librarian training program at the National Library of Indonesia. This research uses a quantitative method to measure the level of the participants’ satisfaction level with the training and a qualitative method is used to gain deeper information through interviews. The results shows that on reaction level, 87.5% of participants have high level of satisfaction. The learning level shows an increase from the pre-test to the post-test results. In the third level, it was found that 100% of the participants received high scores. Finally, at the result level, it is shown that 87.5% of the participants received high scores. There are recommendations regarding 1) the lack of dormitories; 2) the learning process using information technology that needs to adapt to the characteristics participants; 3) training for the lecturers before actually lecturing the participants.
Keywords: training program evaluation, Kirkpatrick Evaluation Model, librarian, librarianship education and training