2015 Learning and Development Snapshot

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2015 Learning and Development Snapshot:

  • 40% leave a job because of poor or no training
  • Private sector learning and development headcount has increased in the last year
  • Public sector learning and development headcount has decreased in the last year
  • Learning and development training budgets have increased in the public sector and decreased in the private sector
  • 65% of those surveyed in the CIPD L&D research said that internal coaching will grow in the next 2 years
  • 59% of those surveyed in the CIPD L&D research said that the use of e-learning will grow in the next 2 years
  • 19% of those surveyed in the CIPD L&D research said that instructor led training will grow in the next 2 years
  • 52% of those surveyed in the ADP Workforce View in 2014/15 research said that talent gaps are a big threat to their organisation
  • 48% of those surveyed in the ADP Workforce View in 2014/15 research said that cuts to training are a big threat to their organisation
  • Of the 39% of surveyed respondents in the ADP Workforce View in 2014/15 who said that they would require training in the future, 48% said it is in the use of technology and new devices, 32% said it is in the use of social media and 20% said it will be to improve their numeracy skills
  • IBM found that e-learning resulted in users learning nearly 5 times more without increasing time spent training
  • In the ADP Workforce View in 2014/15 Report 61% of respondents said that in the next year they would be increasing their use of mobile technology, 30% said they would be replacing the core HR system and 40% said they would be moving their present HR system to a SAAS (software as a service) solution.
  • In the ADP Workforce View in 2014/15 Report 45% of respondents said in 2013 that technology has changed their role and in 2014 this number went up to 72%.
  • The Open University found that e-learning consumes 90% less energy than traditional courses
  • The London Fire Brigade introduced blended learning, which improved the quality and consistency of training, and now saves them £700,000 per year.

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