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Training Trends 2002


This time last year, TrainingZONE launched its first ever survey into the current state of training in the workplace. Training Trends 2001 duly revealed that online learning and coaching were experiencing an upsurge, while classroom-based training remained at the core of training delivery. The 400 training professionals who responded also told us companies they worked in were increasingly likely to incorporate training into regular staff reviews, but that very few were carrying out any in-depth post-
learning evaluation.

A year on, and we're revisiting the study to find out what's changed. Has the way you deliver training changed significantly in the last 12 months? Are some training methods more successful than others? Training Trends 2002 focuses attention on a series of important questions to determine the nature of current practice. Amongst the issues covered by the research are:

  • Changes in the way training is delivered,

  • The uptake in online learning,

  • Current practice in evaluating training and learning,

  • The level of organisational support for learning.
  • Training Trends 2002 will provide an accurate, up-to-the-minute picture of training and staff development practice today.

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