Measuring ROI on learning and development
Have you ever been asked to clarify the return on investment for a particular training and development initiative – either one that’s been proposed or one that’s happened?
You’ve probably pointed to happier, more fulfilled, more productive employees, who are better skilled. You probably even have post-training evaluations to prove ‘usefulness’. But that’s not enough. Challenging economic conditions require belt-tightening, training is expensive and, when there’s a financial outlay on learning and development (L&D), it’s important to bring that spend back to the numbers.
Why you should sign-up for this course
- Without proof of efficacy, development programmes are the first to go when budgets tighten – validate your efforts to management
- With rapid change and technology impacting the way learning can be delivered, now is a good time to evaluate your current methods
- Learn how to calculate your investment and determine what to measure
- Find out numerous strategies which can be used to isolate the effects of training
- ROI is not solely about numerical data, discover how to identify the non-numerical aspects associated with assessing a training programme’s effectiveness
Once you have completed the workshop you will have a draft ROI evaluation plan to implement in your organisation.
Duration: 3 days (16-18 February, 11-13 May, 17-19 August or 9-11 November)
Delivery platform: Classroom and Virtual