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Management Information & Reporting


I manage two in-house training teams for a large Corporate Organisation. I am interested in finding out aboutwhat other Training Managers report on, in terms of management information, to 'the business'.

I guess I'm struggling as there are no specific corporate people measures in my company i.e. x amount of people achieving professional or vocational qualifications, each person to get x amount of days training a year etc.

We do have people statements that are very broad like we will offer a professional service etc.

I am being asked by my line manager to deliver stats etc but not sure what would add value - stats from evaluation forms, for example aren't particularly of interest.

Look forward to hearing any suggestions.



2 Responses

  1. A few ideas
    Hi Clive,

    Just a few ideas would be a breakdown of what the trainers have been doing – time spent in IDN, Design, Delivery, Asessment and Evaluation – how trainers break their time up as most non trainers wwill not know (it might also get them asking what the strange arts of IDN etc are!!)

    Information on what courses have been delivered with a total number of hours and to what areas of the business – So the business can establish who the training is going to and who gets trained the most on wht

    Room utilisation – The business paid for the rooms so how much are you using them

    Keep a running total of average number of hours trained per individual in the company.

    Finally if you can prove any ROI that is always nice to go in there.

    Hope this helps


  2. Reporting
    Why don’t you just report on the activities undertaken by your team?

    How many do you have on the team?

    Do you know what they are doing each day?

    If you allocate the work to them, then try maybe reporting on this?

    You are very lucky if you have been doing the job for 2 years without been accountable for producing statistics etc… – you must be some kind of untouchable!


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