Organizations are increasingly concerned with return-on-investment, which exerts a constant pressure to prove that training is an effective, cost-efficient strategy. Management needs assurance that training programs are designed and delivered to effectively meet specific and measurable learning objectives relevant to the organization.
An increasing number of companies are relying on a variety of outside training vendors, while other companies are outsourcing their training programs to other countries. Under these circumstances, it can be easy to lose quality control over effective training delivery in the classroom. How can you make sure your company's training dollars are being well spent?
A training audit is often the best ...