LITES Podcast E05 - $150B is Spent on Workforce Training & Development. Is it a Waste?

Capture

When over $150 billion is spent on training and development in the US every year, we ask ourselves if there is any evidence that this time and money spent is contributing to the business' overall goal. How should this training be measured? Who should be held accountable?

 

In this episode of the LITES Podcast, Pinky Gonzales met with Kevin Yates - Leaning Measurement Adviser of Learning measurement Services and Tony Groat of the International Powered Access Federation to discuss how training efficacy is measured and how training can help tell the story of a company. 

LISTEN & SUBSCRIBE NOW

OSHA Final Crane Rule Update
ITI VR Leads 'Technological Evolution' at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard

About Author

Amanda Henry
Amanda Henry

Amanda began her career at ITI in January 2018. She has a bachelor's degree from Washington State University in Social Sciences with a primary focus in communications and a secondary focus in Psychology. As Marketing Specialist, Amanda’s responsibilities include content creation, ad campaign management, and monitoring and reporting on customer satisfaction.

Related Posts
National Safety Council and ITI to Offer Construction Hazard Awareness Certification in Virtual Reality
National Safety Council and ITI to Offer Construction Hazard Awareness Certification in Virtual Reality
7 Crane Operator Skills you can Practice on a VR Crane Simulator (Plus the videos to prove it)
7 Crane Operator Skills you can Practice on a VR Crane Simulator (Plus the videos to prove it)
9 Unique Crane Types for Training, Seat Time, Certification Prep and More [Video]
9 Unique Crane Types for Training, Seat Time, Certification Prep and More [Video]

Comment

Subscribe To Blog

Subscribe to Email Updates