Smart Buyer: IT training


Personnel Today Smart BuyerWelcome to our Smart Buyer guide on IT training, providing the latest top tips, case studies and expert guidance.

IT training can eat up a large chunk of most learning and development budgets. The IT industry is still relatively young and technology is constantly changing, so IT products will continue to flow into the market and the demand and need to train staff to use them will follow.

Our Smart Buyer guide takes you through the process… 

IT training

IT training overview
Before you buy or design IT training, what questions should you ask the stakeholders?

Supplier selection
After buyers decide what they want, they face the usual options: in-house, external or public courses. We offer seven supplier selection tips.

Potential e-learning issues
If your organisation does provide e-learning it’s very likely it will include IT course content. But it is a potentially dull medium and you cannot expect users to trudge through it for hours on end.

John Lewis case study
Tracey Andrews, manager, learning and development, John Lewis, explains how the company is using e-learning to bring consistency and accessibility to its training.

The cost
IT training costs will vary enormously, depending on the training needed and the people involved.

Interested in buying training or e-learning generally, or are you interested in a specific topic?


Find out more about the general Training Smart Buyer guide






Find out more about the E-Learning Smart Buyer guide


Find out more about the Leadership Training Smart Buyer guide


Find out more about the Management Training Smart Buyer guide


Find out more about the Sales Training Smart Buyer guide


Comments are closed.