Boost for budgets as firms train sights on learning

Learning
and development budgets are set to continue increasing over the next two years.

A
survey of 79 organisations by IRS finds that the median learning and
development budget among the surveyed organisations for 2004-05 stands at
£80,000. Just over half of the respondents believe the budgets will rise next
year.

Only
one of the organisations surveyed does not evaluate its learning and
development activity. However, of those that do, the ubiquitous ‘happy sheet’
is still the most frequently used tool to assess the success of training
courses.

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