Lightwater, United Kingdom, January 27, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Training evaluation is something which has been overlooked and not prioritised for many years, however in today’s climate where every facility has to show its worth, public sector leaders want to see the effectiveness of their processes.
This white paper looks into why training evaluation is so important and how public sector services such as the NHS are starting to quantify the process with the new ETD standards from the Department of Health.
This report finds that there has been a shift in attitude towards training evaluation and that it must now be quantifiable in adding value where resources are being spent.
Time seems to be the overriding factor into why departments and organisations are not making changes to their processes, despite the fact that these changes will ultimately give them the time that they so desire, causing an undesirable circle of low productivity.
Reducing costs is high on every senior manager's list and they are therefore reticent about trying to update processes where cost is involved without being able to see a clear return on investment.
Data capture and document management can be a real solution for many organisations who are looking to save costs and resources and start yielding value from the results that they are collecting.
Improving quality feedback, saving time and reducing costs are the top three priorities for sectors who are now focusing on evaluating their feedback and realising the importance of it, this white paper tackles the obstacles in the path of these priorities.
For more information on to read the white paper in it's entirety, visit http://www.epc.co.uk/sol-a-evaluation.htm or http://www.evaluationforms.co.uk.