XpertHR is carrying out research into organisations’ priorities for learning and development in the year ahead and how their investment in this function is changing.
The research looks at how organisations are allocating funding for learning and development, and whether or not their budget is changing.
It also covers organisations’ learning and development priorities over the coming 12 months, and what evaluation tools they use to assess their return on investment.
The survey also assesses how employers are using apprenticeships, and what impact the apprenticeship levy has had.
In exchange for completing this survey, you will receive a:
- complimentary copy of the summary report of our findings, once we have completed our analysis; and
- free copy of the 2017 XpertHR survey report on training line managers in absence management, emailed to you on completion of the survey.
In addition, respondents whose data can be used in XpertHR survey analyses will be entered into a draw for the chance to win one of four £250 prizes.
Learning and development priorities: last year’s research
XpertHR benchmarking: Learning and development budgets 2016 The 2016 XpertHR survey of learning and development budgets was based on responses from 124 organisations with a combined workforce of 236,285 employees.
Learning and development survey 2016: Training budgets and priorities This research from XpertHR found a degree of optimism about spending on learning and development, although there was a significant divide between sectors.
Learning and development survey 2016: Apprenticeship levy In advance of the introduction of the apprenticeship levy, our survey examined how employers expected the introduction of the levy to affect their use of apprentices.