Raleigh, NC – October 16, 2017 – Training Industry, Inc. and The Training Associates have released a new research report investigating the impacts of consistency in corporate training.
The study, exploring the data from 283 respondents across a range of industries, reveals that learners at companies with effective and consistent L&D practices are more likely to:
- Be motivated to make efforts to improve themselves and their job performance by participating in training
- Be more satisfied with their jobs
- Have greater awareness of the benefits and opportunities afforded via training for their own professional development
The full report, “Consistency of Training and the Learning Experience,” can be downloaded here.
“This study provides a better understanding of learners’ opinions about the consistency of the training they encounter,” said Tom Whelan, Ph.D., Training Industry, Inc.’s director of corporate research. “Though it’s common sense that consistency is a positive force in corporate L&D, this research shows that consistency can come in many flavors, and, most importantly, that learners are aware of the differences.
“We found that training consistency is multidimensional and does not perfectly overlap with training effectiveness – at least in the minds of learners. One of the most important takeaways was that companies that invest in the consistency of their training will tend to have learners who are more motivated to participate in training and who are more engaged with their career trajectory at their company.”
About The Training Associates
Founded in 1994, The Training Associates is the industry recognized leader of learning and development talent and solutions. TTA’s talent offerings feature over 25,000 L&D resources specializing in adult learning for all technologies and business professional skills. Our services include our ability to undertake and manage projects of any size or scope related to the design, development, and delivery of training.
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