Imagine if learners had 24/7 access to the information they needed, when they needed it. The onboarding process would be quicker, productivity would soar and the weight of knowledge transfer would be largely lifted off the training manager’s shoulders.
According to new research, the U.S. workforce is eager to upskill. However, employers are failing to cater to the development needs of their employees, with fewer than half (46%) of employees having received work-based training in the past year.
JFF has received more than $16 million in new funding from public and private awards to create and scale real-world training opportunities through a major expansion of its Center for Apprenticeship & Work-Based Learning.
Apprenticeships have long been a form of passing skills onto the next generation of worker. Industries outside of the traditional trades, including financial services, telecommunications, health care and IT, are now offering registered apprenticeships.
WhiteHat, a tech startup building an outstanding alternative to university through apprenticeships, has today announced a $16m fundraise and substantial growth, with over 250 employers now operating WhiteHat apprenticeship programmes.
Organizations are increasingly recognizing the importance of human capital development to business success. The secret is designing intentional learning. Designing learning at work is more than creating events; it is about an entire learning ecosystem.