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The trends which impacted on you in 2000


In the last online survey of 2000, we asked you which developments in training and staff development had most impacted your work during the past twelve months. The results serve to emphasise just how much time and attention is now being paid to online learning.

The results of the survey show that for 52% of respondents, e-learning has been the single most important recent development in their work.

Coming in a long way behind, 16% of respondents voted for 'Developments in the professional institutions' whilst 14% of respondents cited 'The transfer of TEC responsibilities to the new Learning and Skills Councils' as being their most important work trends. The professional institutes have seen significant change with the royal charter awarded to the CIPD and the emergence of the new Institute for Occupational Training and Learning. The switch from TECs to LSC takes place in April 2001 but much of the preparatory work is already underway.

Only 8% of respondends offered Individual Learning Accounts as the most significant event of the past year, and just 7% pointed to the growth of LearnDirect services. These last two findings emphasise the need for much more promotional work to be done to raise the awareness of employers and employees alike to these important changes.

You can still vote in the survey for the next few days.


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