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Trainer Measurement


How do you measure what your trainers do? Is there a bench mark with regards to trainer delivery time v's development time?

I would be pleased to hear your views.
Brett Palfrey

2 Responses

  1. Trainer Measurement
    Hi Brett,

    depends whether you are looking at an internal training team or externally facing training consultants. Why not give me a call to discuss.

    0788 079 0815
    [email protected]


    The questions you pose are difficult to address without knowing more detail about your particular situation.

    As with all roles, what do you want your trainers’ outputs (not inputs) to be? Inuts would be time and effort, for example. What you will be interested in are results (outputs). These can be assessed in terms of the quality of learning events designed and delivered. Probably the best people to judge will be course delegates and/or your client/customer organisations.

    On ratio, again tricky – depends on starting point. My own, personal view is 3 hours of design to one hour of delivery, if starting design from a blank sheet of paper. This would be for the most simple and straightforward content. At the other end of the scale 100:1 for highly technical content and method of delivery.

    Happy to discuss further if you wish.


    Chris Cordery
    [email protected]


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