Reality showed that most trainings were conducted focusingon classroom activities. The evaluation was limited only to measure participant's mastery of training materials given in the classroom. These trainings surely were not effective yet and called as Training for Activity (TFA). To determine training effectiveness, the evaluation needed to be administered in the workplace to know whether there wasan improvement in products/services (results) for the institution. This training referred to Training for Impact (TFI). The purpose of this article is to describe the strategy in planning, implementing, and evaluating TFI through literature review combined with field data/information. The findings of the study were expected to be a reference for planners and organizers of training and were able to shift the paradigm from TFA to TFI.